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Text of report in English by Japanese newspaper Mainichi Daily News website on 2 March
TOKYO (Kyodo) - Japan decided Monday to provide up to $3 million in emergency grant aid to Chile to help the country cope with the massive magnitude-8.8 earthquake there, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirofumi Hirano said.
Tokyo will also provide supplies worth up to 30 million yen, such as makeshift tents, water purifiers and power generators, which are stockpiled in Miami, Florida, by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, he said at a news conference.
A three-member medical team consisting of a Foreign Ministry official, a doctor and a JICA staff member is on its way to …