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Relief Goods from Saudi Arabia Arrives in China

The first batch of relief goods donated by Saudi Arabia arrived in Chengdu, capital city of the earthquake-hit Sichuan Province Tuesday afternoon, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.

According to the Ministry, the relief goods include 4,000 tents and blankets,instant food, milk powder for children and rescue tools. They are badly needed in the quake-hit area.

The relief materials delivered Tuesday is part of the US$10 million worth of goods provided by Saudi Arabia. Three more batches are to follow.

Saudi Arabia has also announced a donation of 50 million dollars in cash for China's quake zone.

(Xinhua News Agency May 20, 2008)

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