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Hungary offers 260,000 dollars to help Syrians in need

Int’l Relations

Hungary has offered to donate 260,000 dollars in aid to help civilians in Syria at a UN-sponsored international donors' conference held in Kuwait City, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Deputy State Secretary for Global Affairs, Szabolcs Takács said on Thursday. Speaking to Hungarian News Agency MTI over the phone, Deputy State Secretary Takács said the aid would be used to purchase food supplies and cover the cost of medical treatment, which would be provided in Hungary for children injured seriously in the Syrian conflict and living now in refugee camps in Turkey.

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