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MOSCOW, February 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow will carry on its cooperation with Sevastopol, the Crimean base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, in all the existing areas, the Russian capital city’s mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on the air of the City FM radio station.
“We’ve been rending assistance for many years and we aren’t going to stop it,” Sobyanin said specifying that assistance is provided for the veterans, residents of Sevastopol, and the communal services.
“In particular, we’ve been delivering municipal transport - trolleybuses - to Sevastopol for the past 24 months,” he said. “And the mayor’s office (in Sevastopol) is very grateful.”
“We’re connected with that city by lots of cultural ties and an agreement in this sphere has been signed,” he said. “Certainly, we won’t go back on it.