26 May 2017, 17:41
Russia sends five buses to LPR as humanitarian aid
Russia has sent five buses to LPR as humanitarian aid from the Rostov-on-Don authorities, said the LPR Minister of Emergencies Sergey Ivanushkin.
"We were tasked with receiving the five buses and delivering them to the LPR territory as humanitarian aid from Rostov authorities. "
The buses started off from Rostov-on-Don, the ceremony was attended by the city major Evgeniy Ignatyev.
"We filled in the documents, the buses crossed into LPR, arrived in Lugansk, and the Council of Ministers shall hand them over to the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport to resolve transport issues Lugansk currently faces," Ivanushkin said.
He added that Russia is going to provide similar aid in future.
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