Yesterday, Uzbekistan took the delivery of the B787 Dreamliner full of Medical Aid. Uzbekistan Airways and the American Manufacturer Boeing collaborated to deliver Humanitarian Aid to the Aral Sea Region of Uzbekistan. The carrier got delivered its B787 Dreamliner, which assisted in bringing Humanitarian Aid.
Critical Aid to Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways ordered its 7th B787 Dreamliner, which was delivered yesterday. Strangely, the brand new aircraft was not delivered as an empty new jet. The new B787 Dreamliner contained Medical Aid for the carrier’s home nation. The delivery includes hospital beds, mattresses, wheelchairs, and all other kinds of medical aids. The Aid will be sent to the Aral Sea Region of Uzbekistan. Therefore, the aid will treat the unprotected and unprivileged human lives in the Aral Sea.
“I would like to express my gratitude to Boeing for their support in making the shipment of humanitarian aid possible directly from Seattle to Tashkent. This Humble collaboration of Uzbekistan Airways, Boeing, and Project C.U.R.E with the sole aim of helping people in need is a vivid testimony of pure friendship and solidarity. It is my firm belief that the generous donations of the American people will find their best use in Uzbekistan’s hospitals.”The Ambassador of Uzbekistan said,
Aral Sea Region of Uzbekistan
The Aral Sea Region in Uzbekistan is highly populated, with people exposed to deadly diseases. The collaboration between Boeing and Uzbekistan Airways for the masses from this region. This aid aims to treat the most vulnerable people in Uzbekistan. Although the pandemic has affected numerous human lives, this aid will be a great support for the people of the Aral Sea Region. The people of the Aral Sea have giant exposure to ailments and recorded the world’s highest infant mortality rate. Project C.U.R.E donates the aid with much support from Boeing.
“We are delighted to have partnered with Boeing and Project C.U.R.E to bring home a new consignment of medical supplies on our 787 delivery flight.”The Chairman of Uzbekistan Airways, Iklom Makhkamov, said,
Boeing and its good work
Furthermore, this is the 3rd time Boeing has partnership-ed with Uzbekistan in the delivery of Humanitarian Aid. Project C.U.R.E is the backbone of this good work. Project C.U.R.E is the world’s largest distributor of donated medical relief and health equipment. Boeing has donated $100,000 for this critical work in Uzbekistan. Since the world is going through the worst due to the pandemic, this donation is light of hope for the populations deprived of medical facilitation.