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Millions in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan

China has pledged humanitarian aid worth 200 million yuan for Afghanistan (about 26 million euros). The goods include grain, medicine and vaccines, the Foreign Ministry in Beijing announced on Thursday, according to the South China Morning Post (SCMP). According to the report, Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the pledge during a video conference with his counterparts from nations neighboring Afghanistan. China will supply three million doses of Covid vaccine in its first vaccine batch. The People’s Republic is also prepared to supply further emergency aid and goods for the fight against the pandemic, the statement added.

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