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FYRMacedonia to send EUR 100,000 aid to Japan

17. March 2011. | 11:12

Source: MIA

The Government decided at Tuesday's session to send financial aid in the amount of EUR 100,000 in support for the earthquake and tsunami-his Japan.

The Government decided at Tuesday's session to send financial aid in the amount of EUR 100,000 in support for the earthquake and tsunami-his Japan.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) is charged with resuming the communication with the Vienna-based Japan Embassy to Macedonia, in order to make arrangements on additional humanitarian assistance that could be sent.

According to MoFA, there are about 30 Macedonian nationals in Japan and one economic promoter. There is no information of Macedonians being affected by the earthquake and the subsequent tsunami.

The Ministry has recommended Macedonian citizens to refrain from travelling to Japan in the next few days if not absolutely necessary, whereas nationals currently in the country to prepare in time for their departure. Several regular international passenger flights are available for departure from Japan.


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