Croatia Sends Assistance to Yemen, Iran and Mozambique

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ZAGREB, October 17, 2019 – The Croatian government on Thursday decided on the one-off payment of humanitarian assistance to Iran, Yemen and Mozambique in the aggregate amount of 100,000 dollars.

Thus, Zagreb is going to send 50,000 dollars to Yemen through the UN Fund for Children and the relief assistance is going to be used to alleviate the impact of the armed conflict on children in that southwestern Asian country.

The sum of 25,000 dollars will be sent through the World Health Organization to Iran after this country was hit by floods in March and April this year.

Zagreb is going to pay 25,000 dollars to Mozambique through the World Food Programme, in a bid to help alleviate the consequences of the devastating cyclone earlier this year.

Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlić Radman told the cabinet that providing this relief assistance was in compliance with Croatia’s multilateral engagement.

More foreign policy news can be found in the Politics section.


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