Ministry of Emergency Situations delivered almost 1.2 thousand tons of humanitarian cargo to Donbass

Donbass crisis: 14 motorcades consisting of 115 heavy trucks of the Russian Emergencies Ministry delivered bottled water, canned food, baby food, essentials, building materials, mobile power plants and cable and wire products to the DPR, LPR and Ukraine

Crisis in Donbass: in addition, rescuers donated more than 30 field kitchens and more than 100 stoves for hot meals and heating at relief points

In addition, the Ministry of Russia continues to work on issuing lump-sum payments to residents in the liberated territories of Ukraine.

More than 4,000 applications have already been received from citizens since the start of the issuance points.

More than 3,500 pensioners and employees of budgetary organizations have already received payments in the amount of 10 thousand rubles.

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