22 February 2018, 10:20
Russian humanitarian aid convoy unloading in Lugansk
LUGANSK, February 22 (Lugansk Media Centre) - The 74th humanitarian aid convoy of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry (EMERCOM) arrived in Lugansk on Thursday; unloading is underway.
Sixteen EMERCOM trucks delivered to the Republic more than 144.8 tons of relief supplies, including 42.55 tons of food sets for infants (5,682 units) and 102.31 tons of food sets for children up to three years of age (12,742 units).
On 25 January 2018, 15 EMERCOM trucks delivered to the Republic more than 144.8 tons of humanitarian aid. It comprised 42.55 tons of infant food kits and 102.31 tons of food kits for children up to three years of age.
The first Russian humanitarian aid convoy arrived in the Lugansk People’s Republic on 22 August 2014. Russia has delivered more than 72,000 tons of relief supplies to LPR and DPR residents since.
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