S. Korea to send US$1 mil. in aid to Australia in wake of devastating bushfires

S. Korea to send US$1 mil. in aid to Australia in wake of devastating bushfires


the South Korean government is sending 1
million u.s. dollars in humanitarian aid to Australia to help the country recover
from the devastating bush fires the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on
Tuesday that Sarah will offer aid through the Australian Red Cross and it
will send a government delegation to help victims of the wildfires that
killed more than 30 people and destroyed some 3,000 homes the delegation will
consist of officials from the Foreign Affairs and defense ministries and the
Forest Service who will discuss ways to cooperate with Australia’s restoration
efforts on site the Korea meteorological administration will also provide
real-time satellite based information of the fires

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3 thoughts on “S. Korea to send US$1 mil. in aid to Australia in wake of devastating bushfires

  1. only 1 million ? you want to pull out your juvenile hangovers business ? if you do not give the koalas 15 billion euros in cash
    i will close your hangout ! and I will hang the inscription closed repair !

  2. Thank you South Korea from Australia. We did not ask for this, nor did we expect anything, but we greatly appreciate your assistance by sending us your hard earned money produced from your workers. It is not taken for granted. Thank you Kindly.

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