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The government decided Tuesday to provide ¥9 billion to help Myanmar cope with damage caused by severe flooding and send a monitoring team for the Southeast Asian country’s general election in November.

Of the total, ¥4 billion will be disbursed in grant aid to help restore infrastructure such as roads hit by the torrential rain that started in mid-July, Foreign Ministry officials said.

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