China to send humanitarian aid to Mongolia

06:29, January 28, 2010      

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China has decided to send relief supplies to Mongolia to help it tide over the difficulties caused by the unprecedented snowfalls, the Ministry of Commerce said Wednesday in a statement on the website.

This batch of supplies, including rice, food, portable power generators and quilts, will arrive in Mongolia's capital Ulan Bator in recent days, the statement said.

Fu Ziying, vice commerce minister, said he hoped the relief materials could be help the Mongolian government cope with the blizzard when he met with Mongolian ambassador Tsedenjaviin Sukhbaatar Tuesday, according to the statement.

China was the first country offering aid to Mongolia after it made requests for international aid, Tsedenjaviin Sukhbaatar said.

Source: Xinhua
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