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Russian Emergency Ministry's plane to deliver additional relief aid cargo to Serbia

May 30, 2014, 12:51 UTC+3 30 30/5
Since the beginning of the international humanitarian operation to help the Republic of Serbia, the Russian Emergencies Ministry has sent more than 138 tonnes of cargoes to the flood-stricken region
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MOSCOW, May 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia has sent another humanitarian aid cargo to flood-stricken Serbia, according to Emergencies Ministry's (EMERCOM) spokesperson Alexander Drobyshevsky.

An EMERCOM Ilyushin-76 plane with a 33-tonne load aboard flew out for Belgrade at 09:00 Moscow time on Friday, he said.

On the special flight, the plane will deliver tents, each for ten people, a mobile power station, sets of rescue equipment, bottled drinking water, flour, canned meat and hygiene necessities.

Since the beginning of the international humanitarian operation to help the Republic of Serbia, the Russian Emergencies Ministry has sent more than 138 tonnes of cargoes to the flood-stricken region.

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