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VOLGOGRAD, March 07. /ITAR-TASS/. A convoy will leave Volgograd on March 9 to carry humanitarian aid cargoes to twin city Sevastopol, the chief of the Volgograd administration’s Department for Entrepreneurship and Consumer Markets, Dmitry Semenenko, told Itar-Tass.
Ten tons of aid cargoes with industrial equipment and food have been prepared by commercial, municipal and public organizations and individual entrepreneurs to deliver to Crimea, Semenenko said.
Volgograd and Sevastopol were declared twin cities on November 19, 2013.
On Thursday, Volgograd head Irina Guseva signed an address to heads of twin cities and leaders of international organizations, noting residents of multiethnic Volgograd believed Ukraine's future should be decided by the Ukrainian people in a democratic way through a referendum.