Australia had offered its L100 aircraft to be used to tackle fire

Australia has expressed its willingness to help extinguish forest fires in several parts of Indonesia.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said that Australia had offered its L100 aircraft from the New South Wales fire department to be used to tackle the disaster, which has caused hazardous pollution in at least six provinces in the country and has caused more than 135,000 citizens to suffer from respiratory infections (ISPA).
“The fires keep burning due to the prolonged dry season in all parts of Indonesia,” said Julie in a press release on Saturday as quoted by
She added that Australians were currently facing the threat of bushfire as well.
“We want to aid our neighboring country to show our solidarity,” said Julie.
At least five countries have offered their assistance to tackle the fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan. These are: Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Russia. 

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