A supply ship loaded with hundreds of tons of relief aid from Egypt had arrived in conflict-torn Sudan, the Egyptian Military announced on Saturday.
The Military Spokesman, Gharib Abdel-Hafez, said in a statement that the Egyptian Navy ship had arrived at Port Sudan.
He said workers are offloading the ship offloaded with hundreds of tons of foodstuffs, medical supplies and other aid materials.
The supplies, sponsored by the Egyptian Ministries of Defence and Social Solidarity as well as some local associations, would be sent to most needy areas in Sudan, the spokesman said.
A number of Egyptian and Sudanese nationals boarding the returning ship have arrived in Egypt, he added.
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