Jordan and Egypt to assist firefighting effort

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 25, 2016 11:58

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Friday that both Egypt and Jordan had offered help to Israel in fighting the fires that have engulfed much of the country for four days.

Egypt will send two planes, while Jordan is set to dispatch fire trucks.

The Palestinian Authority Thursday night sent eight fire trucks with firefighters into Israel in order to help combat various fires.

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