March 04, 2023, 22:04
Humanitarian aid from the Moscow region was delivered to Mariupol
A batch of humanitarian aid from the Moscow region was delivered to the outskirts of Mariupol to the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael. Local residents were brought cereals, pasta, canned food, as well as confectionery. Fighters – warm clothes, pillows, blankets and letters from children.
The humanitarian cargo was delivered quickly and accurately.
“In the morning I drove up, stood in line, the line was huge, then the Akhmat guys drove up in a 200 Toyota, and now they showed me off nicely, we quickly rushed here,” said Valery Panchenko, the Good Deed truck driver.
Humanitarian aid is especially needed for large families and children who have lost their parents.
“Humanitarian assistance is very necessary especially for children, large families, schools, children who have lost one or two parents. This is a big help for Mariupol,” said Elena Astrokhova, a city volunteer.
TV channel “360”
Humanitarian aid also arrived in Novoazovsk. First of all, the humanitarian cargo will be distributed to the families of the military who died at the front. Then to internally displaced persons.
On the initiative of the Governor of the Moscow region Andrey Yuryevich Vorobyov, the Good Deed mission arrived. Today the guys brought sweet gifts for children and other food products to Novoazovsk. Among this: sweets, sweet rolls, cereals, pasta products. For which many thanks to Andrey Yurievich and the guys
Head of administration of the Novoazovsky district.
Logistics in these places has not yet been established. The products are brought here by private traders, but they doubled the prices. And while the sponsored areas in a difficult situation, the Moscow region will not leave them.
Now local authorities are developing a plan to build two wholesale bases near Mariupol and to restore the port.
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