On Friday, Malacañang reported the nation's readiness to help its Southeast Asian neighbor Indonesia as gigantic seismic tremor and wave (earthquake & tsunami) crushed Sulawesi Island a week ago. The Palace said in an announcement that 'the Philippine government will give budgetary help through the ASEAN Coordinating Center for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management'.

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It noticed that the Philippines is prepared to send help things and a restorative group at the soonest conceivable time. Malacañang pushed that "this is a period for ASEAN solidarity".

The Palace guaranteed that the nation will do its part, regardless of how humble, to help Indonesia amid these attempting times. Malacañang additionally stretched out its sympathies to the casualties of the ongoing tremor and wave.

It said"The Philippines remains with Indonesia amid this most troublesome time and is prepared to give help to Indonesia". Last Friday, an intense "7.4-magnitude" quake and "tsunami" hit Central Sulawesi, propelling waves as high as six meters that pummeled into the island at 800 kph.

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Very nearly seven days after the catastrophe, solid consequential convulsions supposedly kept on hampering salvage endeavors.

Indonesian specialists said that there have been 422 consequential convulsions in the previous week, including one 6.3 size tremor. As indicated by the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management, the loss of life from the shudder and wave has ascended to 1,500+.