PHILIPPINES DONATES US$200,000 TO CHINA FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS
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PHILIPPINES DONATES US$200,000 TO CHINA FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS

Lucena : Philippines | Oct 18, 2012 at 9:55 PM PDT
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Some 820 people were injured after two 5.6-magnitude quakes struck Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces

– The Philippine Government donated US$200,000.00 to the Government and people of China affected by the recent earthquakes that hit China’s southwestern provinces of Yunnan and Guizhou as a gesture of support and friendship.

The ceremonial handover of the donation was held during the courtesy call of Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying on Secretary of Foreign Affairs Albert F. del Rosario on October 19.

On September 7, two major earthquakes measuring 5.6 and 5.7 and several aftershocks hit Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces in southwestern China, causing the death of 80 and injuring more than 800 others.

Thousands of people were evacuated and were in need of relocation. Direct economic losses from the tremors were estimated at more than half a billion dollars, as reported by China’s state media Xinhua. END

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DFA Del Rosario and Chinese Ambassador Ma Keqing in the ceremonial hand over of Phil donations to China during the courtesy call of Chinese Vice Prime Minister Fu Ying to the Sec on Oct. 19
Bessy60 is based in San Pablo, Southern Tagalog, Philippines, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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