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MOSCOW, July 10 (Itar-Tass) —— The Russian Post will deliver parcels with humanitarian aid and remit funds sent in aid to the population who suffered as a result of devastating floods in the Kuban region free of charge, the press service of the Russian Post said on Tuesday.
"The Russian Post has organized free delivery of parcels with humanitarian supplies and postal remittance of funds contributed by the population for all those who wish to render assistance to the victims of the devastating floods," the Russia Post said.
The Russian Post accepts hygienic stuff, detergents, mobile telephones, bed linen, towels, pillows, blankets, clothes and footwear for free delivery to the Kuban region.