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China to provide additional 10m yuan in humanitarian aid to Ukraine


The Chinese Red Cross will offer an additional 10 million yuan ($1.57 million) of humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin told reporters on Monday.

Wang’s comments came at a regular briefing in Beijing and the promise of aid follows previous pledges of aid to Ukraine including one of 5 million yuan from earlier this month.
“China pays close attention to the civilian casualties in the Russia-Ukraine conflict,” Wang said, noting that the top priority for the international community now is to deal with the possible large-scale humanitarian crisis.
Wang said China has put forward a six-point initiative on alleviating the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and has taken concrete actions, including providing humanitarian aid supplies.
“China will continue to play a constructive role in easing the situation in Ukraine and stands ready to make its own efforts to overcome the humanitarian crisis,” said Wang.
The Chinese Red Cross will offer an additional 10 million yuan ($1.57 million) of humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin told reporters on Monday.
Wang’s comments came at a regular briefing in Beijing and the promise of aid follows previous pledges of aid to Ukraine including one of 5 million yuan from earlier this month.
“China pays close attention to the civilian casualties in the Russia-Ukraine conflict,” Wang said, noting that the top priority for the international community now is to deal with the possible large-scale humanitarian crisis.
Wang said China has put forward a six-point initiative on alleviating the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and has taken concrete actions, including providing humanitarian aid supplies.
“China will continue to play a constructive role in easing the situation in Ukraine and stands ready to make its own efforts to overcome the humanitarian crisis,” said Wang

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