27 July 2017, 10:09
Russian humanitarian aid convoy delivers some 200 tons of cargo to Lugansk
The 67th humanitarian aid convoy of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry (EMERCOM) arrived in Lugansk on Thursday; unloading is underway.
“Fifteen EMERCOM trucks delivered some 196 tons of various cargoes to the Republic today,” LPR Emergencies Ministry reported.
The cargo contains 134.8 tons of baby food, or 18,424 food packages, including 39.2 tons of baby formula for infants, 95.5 tons of baby food for toddlers, 43 tons of medications, 3.7 tons of medical supplies, 12.4 tons of construction materials and two tons of textbooks.
On 15 April, 17 EMERCOM trucks delivered more than 200 tons of relief supplies to the Republic, including baby formula and medications.
The first Russian humanitarian aid convoy arrived in LPR on 22 August 2014. Russia has delivered more than 69,000 tons of relief supplies to LPR and DPR residents since.
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