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China has sent more supplies of relief materials worth 20 million yuan to flood-hit Pakistan. The materials were sent from Kashgar in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and will be taken to northern Pakistan by road.
The shipments are urgently-needed daily necessities, including grain, cooking oil, flour, and medicine. They'll go to disaster-hit areas, along the barrier lake in the Hunza district of Pakistan.
On Wednesday night, relief materials, worth 10 million yuan, provided by the Chinese People's Liberation Army, to the Pakistani Army also arrived in Rawalpindi in the north. So far, 60 million yuan worth of aid provided by China have arrived there. The Chinese government, says it'll offer 60 million yuan more of relief supplies.
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