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Thailand Extends a Helping Hand: Donates 1.5 Million Baht to Aid Victims of Libyan Floods

In a gesture of solidarity and compassion, the Thai government has taken steps to provide humanitarian assistance to the victims of devastating floods in Libya. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand officially announced this benevolent act via Facebook on Monday, September 18.

According to statements released by the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Panpree Phittanukorn, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, presided over a solemn ceremony. During this event, he had the honor of presenting a donation on behalf of the Thai government, amounting to 1.5 million baht, to the Libyan government. This financial contribution is intended to bolster relief efforts and support initiatives aimed at assisting the victims who have been affected by the recent catastrophic flooding in Libya.

The heartfelt donation was officially received by Mr. Ashur Salim Ashur Umran, Chargé d’Affaires of Libya in Thailand, in a poignant gathering at the Buakaew Room, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Thailand’s act of generosity reflects the nation’s commitment to international solidarity and its willingness to extend a helping hand to those in need during times of crisis. The aid provided will undoubtedly make a meaningful difference in the lives of those grappling with the aftermath of the flooding in Libya.

As communities in Libya work to recover and rebuild in the wake of this natural disaster, the support and compassion of the international community, exemplified by Thailand’s donation, serve as a beacon of hope and resilience during these challenging times.

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