4 June, 2020, 4:08 pm
Central - 25°C Rain
4 June, 2020, 4:08 pm Central - 25°C Rain

Japan provides $200,000 worth of relief supplies

Japan provides $200,000 worth of relief supplies

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 06/05/2020

The Government of Japan through their Embassy in Fiji has provided approximately FJ$200,000 worth of relief supplies to the Fiji National Disaster Management Office to help them in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Harold.

The relief supplies include tents, water tanks, generators and some other relief items.

The Embassy says they have provided this emergency relief assistance from a humanitarian point of view and in light of a strong friendship between Japan and Fiji.

The Government and people of Japan have convey their deepest sympathies to the people of Fiji for the damages and losses, hoping that the most vulnerable in the communities and families can recover soon from the setback caused by the cyclone.

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