MDA offers emergency aid to Jordan, Red Crescent

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November 9, 2005 21:43

 
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MDA has offered the Jordanians all medical aid that is necessary for treatment of the injured in the Amman blast. The chairman of MDA, Eli Bin, contacted the Foreign Ministry, with the request that they relay his offer to the appropriate Jordanian sources. Bin also contacted his Jordanian counterparts in the Red Crescent, with whom MDA already has well-established contacts, to offer him blood supplies.

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