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The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry reported this Friday on the shipment to Suriname of 41 tons of humanitarian aid to support the population of that nation after the heavy rains recorded in recent days.

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The Venezuelan Minister for Foreign Affairs, Carlos Faría, stressed that his country is characterized “by taking immediate action, of being the first to be in these brother towns, just as the brothers of the Republic of Cuba also do, when This is humanitarian aid.”

This action was carried out through the Simón Bolívar Humanitarian Task Force of the National Organization for Civil Protection and Disaster Administration, in order to send non-perishable food, drinking water, medicine, rescue and salvage equipment to Suriname.

Similarly, teams of experts from Civil Protection and disaster management, industrial safety and risk management were transferred.

For his part, the Minister of Planning and Finance of Suriname, Armand Achaibersing, received the humanitarian aid sent by Venezuela at the Paramaribo airport.

#In pictures �� | The Minister of Planning and Finance of Suriname, Armand Achaibersing, receives on behalf of the people from him, the humanitarian aid sent by Venezuela ������������ to assist the population during the emergency generated by the rains. #3Jun #ApureEsOur pic.twitter.com/hVw5jSXPUQ

– Venezuelan Foreign Ministry ���� (@CancilleriaVE)
June 3, 2022

On other occasions, Venezuela has sent aid to Suriname to attend to emergency situations in that nation, such as donations of materials in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In 2020, Venezuela donated to this country around 7,000 tests for the detection of Covid-19, as part of the cooperative relations between both nations.



Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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