Two more Air Serbia planes deliver medical aid from Serbia to Italy
The medical equipment donated by Serbia to Italy will be shipped on a total of eight Air Serbia flights
Two more Air Serbia planes took medical aid to Italy on Sunday and returned to Belgrade at around 5 pm, Tanjug was told by the national Sebian carrier.
The two A319 aircraft departed for Rome at around 1 pm.
The medical equipment donated by Serbia to Italy will be shipped on a total of eight Air Serbia flights: on Saturday with four planes, on Sunday with two, while two more will fly on Monday.
On Saturday, the first plane carrying packages of medical equipment to combat Covid-19 departed from Belgrade to Rome. The equipment was donated by the Republic of Serbia to the citizens of Italy, with the plane's departure attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
According to Vucic, the donation contains two million surgical and epidemiological masks, 100,000 hazmat suits and one million gloves.
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