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St Petersburg residents raise 35 tonnes of humanitarian aid to flood-stricken Far East

September 29, 2013, 23:08 UTC+3
The humanitarian cargo - foodstuffs, convectors, bedclothes, bottled water, cloths and footwear - was raised by the city’s residents and public organizations
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ST. PETERSBURG, September 29 (Itar-Tass) - A Russian emergencies ministry’s plane took off on Sunday from St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo airport to deliver 34.7 tonnes of humanitarian aid to the flood-affected regions of the Russian Far East.

The humanitarian cargo - foodstuffs, convectors, bedclothes, hygienic items, everyday items, bottled water, cloths and footwear - was raised by the city’s residents and public organizations, a spokesman for the northwestern regional centre of the Russian emergencies ministry told Itar-Tass. The cargo was taken to the airport by six Kamaz heavy duty trucks.

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