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Georgia to help Japan2011-03-15 14:08
40 Georgian rescuers will go to Japan, - Novosti Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Also, Georgia is ready to send a consignment of humanitarian aid to the country that suffered from the disaster. Rescuers are ready to start off to Japan.
According to Head of Emergency Management and Coordination Department at the Georgian Ministry of Health Zurab Utiashvili, the humanitarian freight comprises 45 titles of pharmaceuticals and articles of daily necessity.
Utiashvili says that the Georgian side is ready to send not only rescuers to Japan but medical staff as well. However, presently, it is rescuers who are needed most of all to eliminate the consequences of the disaster.
Georgia's readiness to provide humanitarian and financial assistance to Japan was stated by Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze. The Japanese party stated its readiness to accept this help.