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“Many populated localities have been inundated and about 25,000 people, including almost the entire populations of the city of Obrenovac and other settlements, have been evacuated to safety from the flood-stricken areas. Human casualties have been reported,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed.
Russia’s Emergencies Ministry has sent a rescue team to Serbia at the Serbian government’s official request. Russia has airlifted over 100 tonnes of relief cargo to the Balkan nation. The Russian-Serbian humanitarian center based in the city of Nis, in the country’s south, is playing a vital role in the rescue efforts.
The bank requisites and contact information can be found at the embassy’s official website http://www.moskva.mfa.gov.rs/rus/.