Russian Red Cross to bring 8 tons of humanitarian aid to Voronezh region for LDNR refugees

The Voronezh region will receive, thanks to the Russian Red Cross, 8 tons of humanitarian aid for evacuees from the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics

The assistance will be provided by the Russian Red Cross, the organisation said on Saturday, 26 February

The cargo will first be accepted at the regional centre at 78 Koltsovskaya Street.

Representatives of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and Cossacks will help unload the car.

Then the stuff will be distributed to temporary reception points in the regions.

Lists of needed things and items have been formed by the heads of Russian Red Cross departments at temporary reception centres for displaced persons from Donbass

These include clothing, food, personal hygiene products and much more, – said Elena Dronova, president of the regional branch.

Earlier, a public coordination centre was formed in Voronezh to help evacuated residents of the LDNR .

The decision was taken at a meeting of social activists at the NGO Support Resource Centre.

The meeting was attended by representatives of over 50 NGOs, employees of the Regional Government’s Regional Policy Department, the Regional Social Protection Department, deputies of the Regional Duma.

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