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MOSCOW, March 20. /ITAR-TASS/. About 100,000 Russian policemen have transferred money to an account in aid for Berkut members and other Ukrainian policemen affected by disorders in the country, an official at the Russian Interior Ministry's press center told reporters on Thursday.
The money are transferred to the account of the service of social and legal protection of Interior Ministry personnel to provide aid for the colleagues from the Berkut unit and other Ukrainian police units, the official said.
In the Voronezh Region alone, more than 10,000 policemen decided to help Berkut members, and more than 12,000 joined the initiative in the Rostov Region.