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Mongolia|foreign policy|March 15, 2024 / 10:36 AM
South Korea to provide $200,000 aid to Mongolia

AKIPRESS.COM - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Battsetseg Batmunkh received an official letter from her colleague from the Republic of Korea Cho Tae-yul in connection with natural disaster (dzud) affecting the country.

In his letter, Cho Tae-yul expressed great concern about the enormous losses caused by the natural disaster. The Minister also announced that the government of the Republic of Korea will provide $200,000 in humanitarian aid to Mongolia in dzud relief efforts.

The Korean government hopes that the humanitarian aid to Mongolia would support the recovery of the affected areas and help residents return to their daily lives.

Relief donations from the South Korean government will be delivered through the Red Cross.

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