State Supreme Council: Our priority goes for war amputated and people with special needs
The Head of the State Supreme Council, Abdelrahman Al-Sweihli said Tuesday that it is a national duty to put the case of the war amputated persons and the people with special needs on the top priorities list of the work schedule of the SSC.
This came during a meeting with Amputated Libyan Champions Committee in Tripoli, where Al-Sweihli vowed full support for the committee and the special needs persons.
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