Taiwan offers $100,000 in aid to Mongolia for dzud relief efforts

AKIpress News Agency

AKIPRESS.COM – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taiwan announced on Tuesday that they will be providing a donation of $100,000 to assist with disaster relief in Mongolia, which has been hit by severe blizzards. Focus Taiwan reports that the donation will be split equally between the Mongolian Red Cross Society, the largest humanitarian organization in the country, and Caritas Mongolia, under the Holy See.

During a meeting with the Mongolian representative to Taiwan, Gankhuyag Tumurbaatar, Head of the Department of West Asian and African Affairs, Anthony Ho, pledged the donation on behalf of Taipei. Ho expressed that Taiwan’s government and people want to offer support to Mongolia as they deal with the worst blizzards they have experienced in decades.

The Ministry stated that they hope the recovery and rebuilding efforts from the snowstorms, which began in February, will go smoothly so that those affected can return to their normal lives as soon as possible. The Mongolian representative expressed gratitude to Taiwan and its people for their aid.

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