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11 Aug 2015 description

On August 6, the official of the Foreign Assistance Department of the Ministry of Commerce made comments on the emergency aid materials provided by the Chinese government to Myanmar for combating the flood. He said that the rainstorm in Myanmar in recent days has brought the flood, which stroke 5 million people and hundreds of hectares of farmland. Hundreds of thousands of houses were flooded.

28 Mar 2011 description

Monday,March 28,2011 Posted: 10:51 BJT(0251 GMT) MOFCOM

A violent earthquake hit northeastern Myanmar on March 24 and caused casualties and losses of property. The Chinese government decided to provide US$500,000 in cash for the disaster relief and post-disaster reconstruction for the Myanmar's government.

29 May 2008 description

HANOI, May 29 (Xinhua) -- The Vietnamese National Assembly (NA)Office has raised more than 70 million Vietnamese dong (VND) (about 4,300 U.S. dollars) for victims of the earthquake in China and cyclone Nargis in Myanmar.

NA Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong and office staff attended the fundraising event on Wednesday, the Vietnam News Agency reported Thursday.

24 May 2008 description

YINGXIU, Sichuan, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Saturday extended gratitude to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for the United Nations' support and help for China's quake relief.

Wen briefed Ban on China's quake relief efforts, saying China will carry out reconstruction as soon as possible.

Ban Ki-moon arrived in Chengdu, capital city of quake-stricken Sichuan Province, Saturday morning and then rushed to visit Yingxiu town in Wenchuan County, epicenter of the 8.0-magnitude earthquake on May 12, to express his sympathy for those who suffered …

10 May 2008 description

China's southwestern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, where the Sino-ASEAN Expo is held each year, has donated 250,000 U.S.

09 May 2008 description

YANGON, May 9, 2008 (Xinhua via COMTEX News Network) -- Aircrafts carrying relief materials from the World Food Program (WFP), European Union (EU), China, Singapore, South Korea and Indonesia arrived at the Yangon International Airport Friday morning, the fourth day since international relief aid started to pour in on Tuesday.

Relief supplies generally include items of tent, mosquito net, power generator, medicine, water purifier, dry potato and pork, instant noodle, high-energy biscuit, cloth, zinc sheet, hammer and nail, and candle.

Over the last three days, relief aid had come …

09 May 2008 description

A special big aircraft carrying about 500,000 U.S.

08 May 2008 description

The Chinese government decided to offer another 30 million yuan (about 4.3 million U.S. dollars) worth of aid for cyclone disaster relief and reconstruction work in Myanmar, announced Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang in Beijing Thursday.

Qin told a regular press conference that considering the severe damage caused by the disaster; China offered the aid to show the friendship of the Chinese government and people to Myanmar people.

The official death toll from the violent cyclone Nargis had risen to almost 23,000 as of Wednesday.

07 May 2008 description


Qin Gang: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I would like to start with an announcement.

The Chinese Government and people follow closely the strong cyclone that hit some parts of Myanmar and left grave casualties on May 2. President Hu Jintao, Premier Wen Jiabao, and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi have sent messages to their Myanmar counterparts respectively to convey deep solicitude and sincere condolences to the Government and people of Myanmar.

05 Jan 2005 description

On Jan. 5, 2005, on behalf of the Chinese Government, Ambassador Li Jinjun donated US$200,000 to the Myanmar Government as an aid for disaster relief to the affected areas in Myanmar of the tsunami and earthquakes in the India Ocean. Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Maj-Gen Sein Htwa accepted the donation on behalf of the Myanmar Government and introduced the situation of those affected areas in Myanmar.