Dutch Naval Vessel Brings in 3.6 Million Euros Ebola Donation Arrives In Liberia

A Dutch Naval Vessel carrying a consignment of medical supplies and ambulances will arrive at the Freeport of Monrovia on Monday, November 24, 2014. The vessel is bringing the consignment as part of contribution of eight European Countries including Belgium,France,Denmark ,Germany, Sweden, Hungary, Netherlands and Spain to Liberia’s fight against Ebola.

A ceremony to mark the official turnover of the items will take place at the Freeport at 10am on Monday, and will be witnessed by Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan and other high profiled government officials and personalities, including European Ambassadors accredited near Monrovia and other representatives of European and International NGOs.

According to a Foreign Ministry release, the value of the donation that will also include several land cruiser jeeps, medical beds and assorted drugs is put at 3.6 million Euros.

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