Humanitarian aid organizations in both Saudi Arabia and the UAE decided to join forces together; in order to help thousands of Iranians who were affected by the devastating floods that happened in Iran.
The Saudi Red Crescent Authority (SRCA) and Emirates Red Crescent (RCUAE) had launched on Friday a major relief initiative, after recent deluges caused the death of around 80 people and forced over the 80,000 residents to leave their homes behind.
In a joint statement released by both countries, the two agencies declared that they are coming up with plans to help aid the worst-affected areas, and that is to help the suffering of “Iranian brothers.”
Also that this joint initiative is a result of “the bonds of Islamic brotherhood and asserts humanitarian solidarity” with the Iranian people.
Last Wednesday, Floodwaters poured into the southwest city of Ahvaz, capital of Khuzestan province, which thus forced the Iranian authorities to order thousands of people to flee their houses.
Gholamreza Shariati, provincial governor, urged young men to step up and volunteer in order to “help us in building dykes and to assist in the evacuation of women, children and the elderly.”
Around 80 people have died in the past three weeks in torrents, which is no seen to be the worst since 1940, after the floods swamped around 1,900 cities and villages in 20 of Iran’s 31 provinces.
Now, the huge inflows is forcing authorities to release a large volumes of water from Khuzestan’s largest dams, and in doing so, some of the cities downstream will be threatened, including the Ahvaz region, with a population of 1.3 million people.
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