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Donated $ 100,000 from the Chinese Red Cross to the Tunisian Red Crescent to help the flood victims of Nabeul

The Chinese Red Cross has donated $ 100,000 to the Tunisian Red Crescent to provide the necessary assistance to those affected by the floods in Nabeul province in September.

"Through this donation, we express China's solidarity with the Tunisian people and extend a helping hand to him until he returns to his normal life," said Chinese Ambassador to Tunisia Wang Wanbin in a parade organized by the Tunisian Red Crescent.

He said cooperation between Tunisia and China was "very solid", highlighting his country's keenness to consolidate friendship ties through its contribution to ensuring the stability of Tunisia.

For his part, Tunisian Red Crescent President Abdullatif Shabou explained that Chinese assistance is specifically directed at the reconstruction of flood-hit areas in Nabeul state.

He said that the donation will be reduced to a special account to help those affected by the transparency, indicating that a report will be prepared on the distribution of aid granted.

On 13 October, the Chinese Ambassador visited the Nabeul State, accompanied by the President of the National Federation of Tunisian Women Radhia Jerbi, in a solidarity convoy with her people.

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