Closing of the International Conference on Syria issues 4 billion 400 million dollars of assistance

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 Closing of the International Conference on Syria issues 4 billion 400 million dollars of assistance


According to the joint chairperson (EU and the United Nations) issued after the meeting, the participants also promised to invest 3 billion 400 million US dollars for the humanitarian assistance of Syria from 2019 to 2020. The second Brussels meeting, support for Syria and the future of the region, was co sponsored by the United Nations and the EU to raise funds for the humanitarian crisis in Syria and to support the United Nations led political process in Syria. Representatives from 57 countries, 10 regional organizations, 19 United Nations agencies and more than 250 non-governmental organizations attended the meeting. Jie Xiaoyan introduced that since the outbreak of the narrian crisis, China has repeatedly provided emergency humanitarian supplies and foreign exchange assistance to the people of the Syrians, including overseas refugees, with a total of more than 740 million yuan. He said China will continue to provide assistance to the Syrian people in their capacity. Before the EU and the United Nations Congress, the amount of funding raised in 2018 was expected to be at least as flat as in 2017. At the first meeting of Syria and the future of the region in Brussels, held in April 2017, the participants committed to funding 6 billion 800 million US dollars in 2017 for humanitarian assistance in Syria. According to UN data, the Syria conflict erupted in 2011 has so far resulted in about 300000 deaths and over 13 million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. Source: Xinhua editor: Zheng Jianghua, editor in chief: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 Jie Xiaoyan introduced that since the outbreak of the narrian crisis, China has repeatedly provided emergency humanitarian supplies and foreign exchange assistance to the people of the Syrians, including overseas refugees, with a total of more than 740 million yuan. He said China will continue to provide assistance to the Syrian people in their capacity. Before the EU and the United Nations Congress, the amount of funding raised in 2018 was expected to be at least as flat as in 2017. At the first meeting of Syria and the future of the region in Brussels, held in April 2017, the participants committed to funding 6 billion 800 million US dollars in 2017 for humanitarian assistance in Syria. According to UN data, the Syria conflict erupted in 2011 has so far resulted in about 300000 deaths and over 13 million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.