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08 Oct 2013 description
  1. The government of the Republic of Korea provided Pakistan with 200,000 US dollars in emergency assistance on October 2 to join the country’s efforts to recover from a 7.7-magnitude earthquake, which had hit the southwestern province of Baluchistan on September 24 and caused the loss of many lives and massive damage to property.
  • According to the report by the ROK diplomatic mission in Pakistan, the earthquake claimed approximately 600 lives and damaged some 21,000 homes.
14 Sep 2010 description

1. As flood damage continues to expand in Pakistan on an unprecedented scale, and the international community strengthens a unified response, the Korean government has decided to provide an additional 1 million dollars to support the "Pakistan Initial Floods Emergency Response Plan" which the UN launched for emergency relief in Pakistan.

18 Aug 2010 description
  1. As flood damage continues to expand in Pakistan, the Korean government has decided to provide 500,000 dollars' worth of additional emergency humanitarian aid on top of 500,000 dollars' worth of emergency relief supplies which the government already sent on August 3 for flood recovery. Following the decision, the government will provide a total of 1 million dollars in humanitarian aid to Pakistan.

    - Due to the expansion of the flood damage, the death toll has increased to about 1,600 from 900, and 20 million people have been affected directly and indirectly.

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03 Aug 2010 description
  1. The Korean government has decided to provide 500,000 dollars' worth of emergency humanitarian aid to Pakistan, where flash floods have caused the worst damage ever in sixty years.

    ? The Pakistani government estimates that as of August 1, the floods have left 871 people dead and 512 injured, while destroying 30,000 houses and major roads and bridges.

    2. Regarding the damage from the recent floods, the Pakistani government asked for international support through the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

18 Apr 2009 description
  1. Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, visiting Japan from April 16, attended the Ministerial Meeting of the Friends of Democratic Pakistan and the Pakistan Donors Conference in Tokyo on April 17.

    2. At the Ministerial Meeting of the Friends of Democratic Pakistan, Foreign Minister Yu expressed words of sympathy to the Pakistani government and people suffering from the fight against terrorism. He said that the Korean government will join the international community's efforts to aid Pakistan.

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24 Oct 2001 description
  1. With regard to the recent crisis in Afghanistan, the Government of the Republic of Korea has decided to provide humanitarian aid for Afghan refugees and economic assistance to countries suffering from economic damages, worth US$ 12 million in total.

    2. The humanitarian aid for Afghan refugees will be provided through international organizations such as UNHCR, UNICEF and WFP. In terms of the economic assistance for countries inflicted by the influx of refugees and economic losses, details will be worked out through bilateral consultations with the corresponding governments.

08 Oct 2001 description

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Development Cooperation Division

08 Oct 2001 description

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Development Cooperation Division