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MOSCOW, March 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow will send 500-600 units of medical equipment as a humanitarian consignment to hospitals of Sevastopol on the Black Sea coast of Crimea, Moscow City Mayor Sergei Sobyanin told a city government meeting on Tuesday.
At the meeting, members of the Moscow city government approved humanitarian aid for residents of Sevastopol.
Moscow will also send 30 buses and trolleybuses and 15 street cleaning vehicles, Sobyanin said, adding that “we will also deliver 30 computer classes with interactive whiteboards and 20 tonnes of medicines."
Also, Moscow will transfer a lump sum payment of 5,000 rubles (about 140 US dollars) to veterans living in Sevastopol.