January 2005 Germany will increment its arranged help to nations hit by the Asian wave debacle to as much as 500 million euros (353m) from 20 million euros at present, a government source has said The bureau is due to meet tomorrow to talk about exp

January 2005
Germany will increment its arranged help to nations hit by the Asian wave debacle to as much as 500 million euros (£353m) from 20 million euros at present, a government source has said
The bureau is due to meet tomorrow to talk about expanding Germany’s commitment to the help effort To date, the biggest giver to the torrent help exertion is Japan, which has advertised $500 million (£264m)
A remote service official declined to remark on conceivable increments in German aid
Some 60 Germans are known to have passed on in the disaster, which asserted around 150,000 lives by most recent gauges be that as it may more than 1,000 German voyagers are still unaccounted for
Germany has as of now sent specialized specialists to the locale to survey necessities what’s more, has dispatched a naval force healing center deliver which is anticipated to arrive in Sumatra early next week

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