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MOSCOW, April 19, /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s emergency situations’ ministry (EMERCOM) has delivered from the country’s regions to the Republic of Crimea over 1,700 tonnes of humanitarian aid, the authority’s representative Alexander Drobyshevsky said on Saturday.
“Since March 14, to Crimea have arrived 32 truck convoys with humanitarian cargo. They have delivered over 1,740 tonnes of humanitarian aid, mostly food, medicine and essentials” he said.
Two more convoys are on their way. One of them is from Udmurtia - it delivers 12 tonnes, and the other one, from Tatarstan, is carrying 16 tonnes.
“Besides, now we are forming two more convoys to Crimea,” the ministry’s representative said.