Georgia to send humanitarian aid to Moldova
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 23 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian government will send humanitarian aid and rescuers to Moldova today after mass flooding.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili spoke with the Moldovan government over the telephone this week and offered to build a village for victims in Georgia.
"Floods hit Moldova and there are dead and injured," he said. "This country is our ally and our friend, and we must help. We offered to build a village for victims. In the coming days, we will send rescuers to the area."
At the same time, Georgian Youth and Sport Minister Lado Vardzelashvili said the ministry is organizing a holiday for roughly 100 Moldovan children from the disaster zone in a youth camp in Anaklia.