China sends humanitarian aid for Russian Red Cross offices in Crimea

Forty-eight tonnes of humanitarian cargo sent by the Red Cross Society of China to regional offices of the Russian Red Cross have been unloaded from a Boeing 767 in the Mineralniye Vody airport, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry said on Thursday.

Crimea landscape. Source: Alamy/Legion Media

Forty-eight tonnes of humanitarian cargo sent by the Red Cross Society of China to regional offices of the Russian Red Cross have been unloaded from a Boeing 767 in the Mineralniye Vody airport, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry said on Thursday.

The humanitarian cargo will be distributed amongst regional offices of the Russian Red Cross in the Rostov region, the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

Truck convoys of the Emergency Situations Ministry's Noginsk rescue center will depart for Mineralniye Vody, Stavropol territory, on Thursday morning to transport the cargo to regional offices of the Russian Red Cross.

 

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