WHO sends medicines to Misurata hospital
A cargo of medicines arrived in Misurata central hospital and other field hospitals coming from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Doctor Ahmed Saad Aligi, the official spokesman for the WHO, said that the shipment is sent in cooperation with the Libyan Health Ministry, pointing out that it’s a part of the necessary aids to be delivered by WHO, that has kicked off since the 17th February revolution in 2011.
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