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South Korean government willing to help Taiwan post quake [Video]

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South Korean government willing to help Taiwan post quake

(4 Apr 2024)
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Seoul, South Korea – 04 April 2024
1. Wide of South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lim Soo-suk entering
2. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Lim Soo-suk, South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesperson:
“We are heartbroken by the loss of lives and properties, which happened due to the earthquake that struck near Hualien. We express our deepest condolences to the victims in the quake, bereaved families, and those who were injured. We sincerely hope (Taiwan) overcomes pain and hardships as soon as possible.”
3. Wide of briefing
4. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Lim Soo-suk, South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesperson:
“South Korea is willing to provide necessary assistance to support rescue and restoration efforts. We have not heard of any Korean victims yet, regarding six South Korean citizens, who were briefly stranded, we have confirmed they had moved to a safe location.”
5. Mid pan of Lim leaving
STORYLINE:
South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that the country’s government is willing to provide necessary assistance to Taiwan, which was rattled by the strongest earthquake in nearly 25 years on Wednesday.

During a regular briefing, spokesperson Lim Soo-suk expressed condolences to the victims and their families and said the government was “heartbroken” by the loss of lives and property.

“South Korea is willing to provide necessary assistance to support rescue efforts and restoration,” Lim said.

AP video by Yong Jun Chang

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