The Chinese government is working on providing 15 million yuan ($2.07 million) in emergency humanitarian assistance to Nepal to help with the country's earthquake relief work.
On Nov 4, 2023, Xu Wei, spokesperson for the China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA), expressed condolences and concern over the casualties and loss of property caused by the earthquakes in western Nepal.
China will provide an additional 15 million yuan ($2.06 million) in emergency humanitarian supplies, including food and medicine, to the Gaza Strip to help the people affected by the conflict.
Xu Wei, spokesperson for the CIDCA, talked about the agency's work in implementing the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the BRI's contributions to global sustainable development, as well as the agency's upgrading transformation and future development, during an interview with China Global Television Network on Oct 13, 2023.
China is providing emergency humanitarian assistance to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East and the Palestinian National Authority respectively.
The Chinese government is providing 30 million yuan (4.18 million U.S. dollars) of emergency humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan to help the country with earthquake relief work.
On Oct 8, 2023, Xu Wei, spokesperson for the China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA), expressed condolences over the severe casualties and property losses caused by the earthquakes in Afghanistan.
On Sept 18, 2023, Xu Wei, spokesperson for the CIDCA, announced that the Chinese government has decided to provide emergency humanitarian assistance of 30 million yuan ($4.1 million) to Libya to help with its relief efforts in the aftermath of the recent storm and floods.