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  • TJS/USD = 0.09305 0.43%
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EU Provides Humanitarian Aid to Victims of Kazakhstan Floods

In response to the extensive spring floods that to date, have displaced more than 119,000 people across Kazakhstan, the European Union has pledged €200,000 in humanitarian aid to assist the worst affected families. As reported by the Delegation of the European Union to Kazakhstan, funds allocated by the EU will be channelled through the Red Crescent Society of Kazakhstan to provide essential aid in the form of household items such as mattresses and bed linen, multi-purpose cash, as well as measures and materials related to hygiene. The humanitarian aid, to be provided over the next three months, will directly benefit 5,000 individuals seriously affected by the floods, particularly female-headed households, households with disabled or elderly family members, and families with more than three children.

Kyrgyzstan Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Flood-Affected Kazakhstan

In response to the devastation caused by Kazakhstan’s unprecedented floods, on April 4, Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic, Akylbek Japarov, announced that Kyrgyzstan would reach out a helping hand to its neighbour. A convoy of 15 trucks carrying 300 tons of humanitarian aid from Kyrgyzstan duly arrived in the city of Aktobe in Kazakhstan on 8 April. Emergency supplies include sunflower oil, sugar, rice, pasta, confectionery, as well as locally-produced mattresses and tents. As reported by the Kyrgyz Ministry of Emergency Situations, aid will be distributed amongst the four regions of Kazakhstan worst hit by unprecedented spring floods. Three trucks are headed the Kostanay region, 4 to the Aktobe region, 4 to the Ural region, and 4 to the Atyrau region. In a statement, Japarov recalled that following the explosion at the Bishkek thermal power plant on 2 February, which left the city without hot water and heating for several days, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev sent 2,000 tons of diesel fuel. Expressing his gratitude for the help offered by Kazakhstan, he explained, “we will also send them humanitarian aid, even if they did not ask.”

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