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Sending medicines to Lebanon resumes

After a few months of pause due to complex local situations, the flow of medicines that the John Paul II Foundation and the Focolare Movement have long activated in collaboration with the Apostolic Vicariate of Beirut of the Latins, for the benefit of hundreds of Lebanese families in need, resumes. This project, which is essential to support the population in a period of serious crisis, is a concrete example of international solidarity.

At the end of the month, in agreement with Civil and Military Cooperation (CIMIC - NATO), 6 pallets of medicines collected throughout the country will depart from Pratica di Mare military airport for Lebanon. This shipment is the result of a great collective effort, which has seen the participation of numerous local and national entities.

Special thanks go to the Ministry of Defense for the reactivation of this important humanitarian channel, which is proving increasingly valuable due to the serious socio-economic situation in the region.

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