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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

First came PM Modi's tweet, then the Foreign Ministry opened its treasury to help this country in trouble

 


More than 2 thousand people have died in the landslide that occurred in Papua New Guinea on Saturday. After such a massive devastation, India has come forward to help Papua New Guinea. Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on 'X' today, Tuesday, expressing grief over this accident and expressing condolences to the people of Papua New Guinea. Shortly after, India's Foreign Ministry has announced a big relief package for Papua New Guinea.

PM Narendra Modi wrote on Twitter, Deeply saddened by the loss of life and damage caused by the devastating landslide in Papua New Guinea. Our deepest condolences to the affected families and praying for the speedy recovery of the injured. India stands ready to provide all possible support and assistance in this hour of grief.

India announced help

The Government of India said in an official statement that the government has decided to provide immediate relief of US $ 1 million to Papua New Guinea. The statement said, under the Framework for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC), the Government of India provides immediate relief assistance of US $ 1 million to help, rehabilitate and rebuild the friendly people of Papua New Guinea, a close friend and partner.

Rescue operations continue

Thousands of citizens have been ordered to vacate the road. Relief teams are slowly reaching the spot. However, officials have said that there is little chance of finding survivors. Residents are helping rescue teams to search for survivors.

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