European Union Ambassador Guy Ledoux said that EU is ready to assist the Philippines from the destruction that will be left by Typhoon Glenda with international name Rammasun.
“The European Union stands ready to assist families affected by [typhoon] Glenda,” EU said in a statement. EU Ambassador also said that a team of humanitarian aid officers is in Manila.
Australia also expressed readiness to help.
“Standing behind all #Filipinos as we face #GlendaPH. Australia is ready to assist as a friend and neighbor. Stay safe,” Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Bill Tweddell twitted.
“Typhoon Glenda is expected to cross Metro Manila early this morning and exit landmass via Zambales by noon today,” the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said in an advisory at early morning Wednesday.
Tomorrow, Thursday morning, Glenda is expected to be 190 km west of Dagupan City, and by Friday morning it is already outside the Philippine area of responsibility.
AS of Wednesday noon, 10 were confirmed dead caused by the said typhoon and 370,000 people were relocated.