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KIEV, July 16 (Itar-Tass) — A convoy of trucks with more than 60 tonnes of humanitarian aid collected in the Dnepropetrovsk region of Ukraine on Monday was dispatched to Kuban, which has been affected by severe flooding. The press service of Dnepropetrovsk regional state administration reported on Monday that all cities and districts of the region have taken part in the collection of humanitarian aid for Kuban residents.
Trucks with building materials, household appliances, medical supplies, food, essential things, such as bed linen, dishes, hygiene products, household cleaning goods have been sent to Russia’s Krasnodar TerritoryTrucks with building materials, household appliances, medical supplies, food, essential things, such as bed linen, dishes, hygiene products, household cleaning goods have been sent to Russia’s Krasnodar Territory.