Sudan on Saturday received medical supplies from Turkey to help in the country's fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
An aircraft carrying the medical supplies from the Turkish Red Crescent arrived in the capital Khartoum.
İrfan Neziroğlu, Turkey's ambassador to Khartoum, and Sudanese officials greeted the donations at the airport.
Neziroğlu told Anadolu Agency (AA) that the shipment included 1,236 packages of health products, including masks, ventilators and protective suits.
Afaf Shakir, an official from Sudan's Health Ministry, thanked Turkey and its people for the donation.
Sudan has so far reported 12,623 coronavirus cases, 6,476 recoveries and 812 fatalities, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States.
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