5 January 2018, 20:21
Iosif Kobzon sends 5,000 New Year presents to LPR children
LUGANSK, January 5 (Lugansk Media Centre) – Iosif Kobzon, a famous Russian singer known for his Soviet-era songs and humanitarian efforts in Donbass, sent 5,000 New Year presents to LPR kindergartens, some presents were also given to children who attended a Christmas motoshow by Lugansk 'Night Wolves' bikers.
"Iosif Kobzon sent 5,000 New Year presents for LPR children; 2,035 packs were given away at the 'Night Wolves show in Lugansk, other presents were among children in various institutions curated by ministries," said the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy.
The bike show directed by the Lugansk MC Night Wolves premiered on December 2 gathering roughly 2,000 spectators. The plot, written by the Russian Night Wolves leader Alexander 'The Surgeon' Zaldostanov, focuses on the battle between the good characters and the US-backed overseas wicked creatures such as Miss Liberty. The show is a follow-up to the last year's Confrontation gig.
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