The United Kingdom has announced that it will send more than R$1.2 million in humanitarian aid to Rio Grande do Sul.

The United Kingdom has announced that it will send more than R$1.2 million in humanitarian aid to Rio Grande do Sul.

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Radio Bomba editorial

| May 16, 2024

The United Kingdom, one of the largest funders of the START Fund, a global fund that pools donations from countries and organizations for humanitarian crises, announced that it will send more than R$1.2 million to provide humanitarian aid to Rio Grande do Sul. flood

David Rutley, the country's minister for the United States, Caribbean and Overseas Territories, made the announcement during a meeting with representatives of the Rio Grande do Sul government this week in Brasilia.

Routley also announced other support measures for the state, such as partnering with British companies in Brazil to donate and supporting Brazil's digital preparedness to improve humanitarian preparedness and disaster responses.

“The UK recognizes the urgent need for dialogue and action to prevent similar environmental disasters in the future. As part of its long-standing partnership with Brazil on the environment, the United Kingdom has continued to invest in environmental protection projects, totaling more than R$3 billion through the International Climate Fund since 2016,” said the British The government said.

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