Chinese military offers aids to Malaysia

 

 

 

Chinese military

offers aids to Malaysia

 

By Li Huizi

 

Two IL-76 air transport aircraft loaded with relief goods set out for Kuala Lumpur on Monday morning of January 12, according to China’s Ministry of National Defense.

The People’s Liberation Army immediately prepared relief goods including tents, generators, sewage pumps and water purifying equipment after the Malaysian defense ministry sent its request.

Malaysia has suffered its worst flood in past 45 years since the end of 2014, with over 200,000 people evacuated from their homes.

The Chinese government also decided on Saturday to offer humanitarian aids worth 20 million yuan (3.26 million U.S. dollars) to Malaysia and Sri Lanka respectively for flood relief.

The aids were for the purpose of the relief of the flood victims and the first batch of 2,500 tents will soon be sent to Kuala Lumpur by air, according to the Ministry of Commerce.

 

 

 

 

 

The plane of the People’s Liberation Army of China carrying relief goods arrives at Subang Air

Force Airport, Selangor, Malaysia, on January 12, 2015. The relief goods offered by the People’s

Liberation Army of China arrived here Monday. The aids were for the flood victims of Malaysia.

Photo by  Chong Voon Chung 

 

Malaysian soldiers unload relief goods at Subang Air Force Airport, Selangor, Malaysia,

on January 12, 2015.   Photos by Chong Voon Chung

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese military delivers aid to Malaysia 

 

By Li Huizi and Wang Xiaopeng

 

Two IL-76 air transportation aircraft had returned to China after delivering aid to flood-struck Malaysia, a military spokesman said on Monday afternoon of January 12.

The two aircraft had delivered tents, generators, sewage pumps and water purifying equipment to Kuala Lumpur on Monday morning, the spokesman for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force, Shen Jinke, said.

Since the tail-end of 2014, Malaysia has seen its worst bout of flooding in 45 years, with over 200,000 people displaced by the rising water.

The Chinese government announced on Saturday that it would offer humanitarian aid worth 20 million yuan (3.26 million U.S. dollars), to Malaysia and Sri Lanka for flood relief operations.

The PLA Air Force has been playing a bigger role in international disaster relief in recent years, delivering relief materials to Pakistan, Mongolia and Thailand.

In December, PLA Air Force planes delivered water to Maldives, when the Island nation suffered an acute water shortage.

These relief operations have shown to the world that China is a responsible member of the international community, Shen said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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