The European Union grants 5.2 million euros to those affected by the torrents and floods that struck the regions of eastern Libya.

The European Union announced today, Monday, the provision of humanitarian funding worth (5.2) million euros to those affected by the torrents and floods that struck the regions of eastern Libya.

The Union said in a publication: “With the needs in Libya increasing significantly, the European Union is working to strengthen its support for the country by providing humanitarian funding worth 5.2 million euros to focus on shelter, health, water, sanitation and hygiene, and protection for those affected by the floods.”

The European Union confirmed that it continues to provide in-kind assistance through its Civil Protection Mechanism, as so far 8 of the Union’s member states (Germany, Romania, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, France, Belgium, and Austria) have participated with specialized teams, field hospitals, and other emergency aid which went to the affected cities to provide assistance.

Source: Libyan News Agency