China has sent two charter flights of humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan.
The 26 tons of relief goods were loaded in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, on Sunday afternoon. The planes arrived in Osh in south Kyrgyzstan early on Monday morning.
The 3 million yuan worth of goods consist of essential daily necessities, including soap, rice, oil, and tea, as well as books and bags for children. The goods will be distributed by the local government in the city.
|China has sent two charter flights of humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan.|
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