Libya: more than 2,000 dead and 1,200 missing due to Cyclone Daniel

The collapse of residential areas and the collapse of public and private buildings and infrastructure has resulted in the closure of the land routes, hence Amdur He demanded to open a maritime corridor to help residents.

The Prime Minister of Government of National Unity (GUN), Abdulhamid Debiba, based in Tripoli, pledged that the state will compensate all those affected by the floods and declared three days of mourning for the victims.

At the same time, he announced the dispatch to Derna of fifty ambulances and a team of 75 doctors and nurses, as well as a convoy to strengthen rural hospitals.

The head of the Tripoli General Services Company, Mohamed Ismail, said 53 trucks and 10 heavy machinery had been sent to support the rescue efforts.

Source: El heraldo