Russian planes in Syria fly 316 sorties over five daysMilitary & Defense August 21, 15:55
Ka-226 helicopter to be first equipped with new crash-resistant fuel system by 2019Military & Defense August 21, 15:54
Putin appoints Anatoly Antonov Russia’s ambassador to USRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 21, 15:11
Russian senator blasts US visa suspension decision as 'dirty trick'Russian Politics & Diplomacy August 21, 15:09
Death toll in terrorist attacks in Catalonia grows to 15World August 21, 14:36
Expert says Russia halted global warming for one yearScience & Space August 21, 14:01
Moscow slams suspension of US visa procedures throughout RussiaRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 21, 13:58
Russia inks deal to launch two South Korean satellites on Soyuz rocketScience & Space August 21, 13:33
Poll reveals Russians take pride in country’s symbolsSociety & Culture August 21, 13:15
BELGRADE, November 17 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s humanitarian aid will be delivered to Kosovo’s Serbs within the next four to five days, Petr Frolov, a counselor of the Russian embassy in Belgrade told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
“The aid was handed over to the Serbian side in the town of Nish on Thursday,” he said. “It will be delivered to Kosovo in four to five days to be distributed to local Red Cross offices.”
According to earlier reports, a Russian emergencies ministry’s Ilyushin-76 plane brought the humanitarian aid of heaters, canned foods, and sugar to an overall weight of 36 tons.
This year, Russia has already rendered aid to Serbia. Thus, in late August, the emergencies ministry sent a Be-200 amphibian plane and a Mi-26 helicopter to extinguish wildfires in this country. In October, a Russian-Serbian Centre for Emergencies in the Balkans was opened in Nish.