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The Republic of Korea donates aid to flood victims of Faryab

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The Republic of Korea donates aid to flood victims of Faryab

republic of korea jpgAt a ceremony at the Korean Embassy in Kabul, Afghan authorities received food and blanket from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to be donated to the victims of flood in Faryab in 2012.

Speaking on the occasion, Kim Chan-mo of the Korean Embassy promised to continue their support to the Afghan government in pursuing its social and economic development.

The items includes were 193 sacks of soybean, 265 boxes of cooking oil, 1,060 boxes of milk, 212 sacks of rice and 579 blankets.

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