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SIMFEROPOL, March 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Vladimir Region has delivered humanitarian aid to Crimea’s children clinical hospital.
Vladimir Region Governor Svetlana Orlova said several trucks had carried medications, different foodstuffs and equipment.
“We have been cooperating with Crimea for a long time and we’ll be glad to provide humanitarian aid to the republic,” the governor said, adding “We’ve brought medications, equipment, flour, buckwheat and rice.”
“We’re also planning to take several orphan asylums under patronage. The mayors of Murom, Vladimir and Kovrov join us and every city will take under patronage one of the orphan asylums,” she said.
“We seek to continue cooperation. The city of Murom will provide aid to the Crimean children clinical hospital,” the governor said.
Chairman of the Crimean Supreme Council Volodymyr Konstantinov, who heads the Board of Trustees, said: “This aid has big significance for Crimea.”