China provides 30 million pesos of relief assistance to Typhoons' victims
2020/12/03

On 3 December 2020, Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian handed over relief supplies in response to Typhoon "Ulysses" to Mayor Edwin L. Olivarez in Paranaque City Hall.

Ambassador Huang expressed sincere sympathy to the people affected by typhoon "Ulysses" , which has caused heavy property losses and casualties to the Philippines including the City of Paranaque. He reiterated that in face of natural disaster, China will, as always, stand firmly with the Philippine government and people in solidarity. He is also convinced that under the leadership of President Duterte, the people affected are bound to overcome the difficulties and resume normal life at an earliest date.

Mayor Olivares appreciated China's generous assistance and commended the aforesaid donation as great and in-time support to the people affected by typhoon"Ulysses".

The aforesaid donation is part of the latest relief assistance of 3 million RMB (around 22 million pesos) provided by the Chinese government to the Philippines in response to the typhoon "Ulysses". The Chinese government is providing relief supplies such as rice, tarpaulin, towels, and masks to more provinces and cities including Pampanga, North Ilocos, Camarines Sur, Bulacan, Cagayan and Isabella.

Last month, the Chinese Embassy in collaboration with the Philippine Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. has also distributed disaster relief supplies worth 1 million RMB (7 million plus pesos) to the provinces of Albay and Catanduanes in response to the "Rolly" typhoon, benefiting 15,000 households.

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