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MOSCOW, February 11./TASS/. Six children wounded in Ukraine’s embattled Donbas and in need of high-tech medical aid will be airlifted to Moscow by a plane of the Russian Emergencies Ministry sent to the south Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, where they are currently treated, the ministry’s press service reports.
"The plane has special medical modules and up-to-date equipment on board, making it possible to control condition of the injured and give necessary medical treatment," the ministry says.