IDF sends humanitarian aid delegation to Colombia

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December 12, 2010 16:09

 
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The IDF and Ministry of Defense sent a humanitarian aid delegation to Colombia in medical care and services to flood victims on Sunday.

Deputy General Manager of the Ministry of Defense, Mr. Bezalel Treiber, said that over 50 tons of equipment was being sent to the South American country, including 20 tons of dry food, five thousand medical kits and two thousand blankets.

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