Japan has pledged $1.36 million in emergency grants to support Eritreans who have suffered as a result of their country’s two-year conflict with Ethiopia over a border dispute, the Foreign Ministry said.

The money will be provided via the office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees to help those in Eritrea who have been forced out of their homes since widespread fighting broke out in May, the ministry said Tuesday.

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