YEREVAN, JANUARY 11. ARMINFO. In the coming days Armenia will sent an over $50,000 worth humanitarian cargo to Sri Lanka, the country who suffered the most from the Dec 26 calamitous tsunami, says the spokesman of the emergency department of Armenia Nikolay Grigoryan.
The cargo consists of medicines, blankets, warm cloths and electricity generating devices.
Grigoryan says that a department representative is now in Indonesia to see which areas are most in need of aid.
The spokesman of the foreign ministry of Armenia Hamlet Gasparyan says that the FM have proposed to send a rescue group to Indonesia but have received no response from their counterparts yet.
There are no reports of Armenian citizens suffering from the tsunami.