South Korea donates 200,000 face masks to Philippines

South Korea donates 200,000 face masks to Philippines

South Korea has time and time again showed that it values its friendship with the Philippines.
The Government of South Korea just announced that 200,000 face masks (KF94) is being sent as donation to the Philippines through Republic Of Korea (ROK) Air Force C-130 transport aircraft, July 16.

Also South east Asian nation Timor-Leste will also receive the same number of face masks.
ROK Air Force's C-30
(photo credit to ROK Ministry of National Defense)

“The ROK government provided COVID-19 diagnostic kits (worth 500,000 U.S. dollars) to the Philippines in April. Considering the recent spread of COVID-19, the government has decided to provide face masks in additional humanitarian assistance,” South Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
“The ROK government hopes that ROK’s humanitarian assistance for COVID-19 response would join the international community’s efforts to overcome the global health crisis caused by COVID-19 and contribute to enhancing friendly and cooperative relations between countries,” it added.

South Korea’s continuing help to the Philippines

Last April 24, the South Korean government also donated to the Philippines much needed test kits in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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