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Aug 23, 2018
8:19AM

Centre makes it clear that India will not accept assistance from foreign governments for Kerala flood relief as per existing policy

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Centre has made it clear that India will not accept ant assistance fromforeign governments for flood-ravaged Kerala in sync with an existing policy.External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, in line with theexisting policy, Central government is committed to meet the requirements forrelief and rehabilitation through domestic efforts. He said contributions tothe Prime Minister's Relief Fund and the Chief Minister's Relief Fund fromNRIs, PIOs and international entities like foundations will, however, bewelcomed. He said the government expresses its deep appreciation for offersfrom several countries, including from foreign governments, to assist in reliefand rehabilitation efforts after the tragic floods.  


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