China, Gulf States Should Contribute More To World’s Humanitarian Crises, German Official Says

Devex: Germany to push China, Gulf states on humanitarian assistance
“Germany wants China and the Gulf states to shoulder more of the burden in tackling the world’s humanitarian crises, according to a top government official. ‘In order to meet the ever-increasing humanitarian needs it is necessary to widen the donor base and to bring more non-traditional and also new donors into the (United Nations) coordinated humanitarian system,’ Niels Annen, minister of state at the German Federal Foreign Office, told members of the European Parliament’s development committee on Thursday…” (Chadwick, 9/7).

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