Israel to send aid to disaster-stricken Thailand

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October 28, 2011 20:30

 
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Israel prepared to send emergency aid to Thailand on Friday, in response to violent flooding that has killed 377 since July.

According to Channel 10, a Home Front Command delegation consisting of experts in rescue and medical logistics will fly to Thailand. Israel will also send rescue and medical supplies.

"The IDF attaches great importance to assisting disaster-stricken areas," an IDF official said.

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