SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (ALBOENEWS) — South Korea will send at least $8 million in aid to North Korea for humanitarian reasons, according to the Unification Ministry.
According to Reuters, the “decision was made after a meeting of government officials chaired by Unification Minister Cho Myong-gyon.”
The breakdown of aid will be the following:
“$4.5 million worth of nutritional products for children and pregnant women through the World Food Programme and $3.5 million worth of vaccines and medicinal treatments through UNICEF.”
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