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Residents of the villages of Bugalysh, Sarsy and Tavra (Sverdlovsk region) wove camouflage nets and sent them to the front. The press service of the administration of the Krasnoufimsk district writes about this in the social network VKontakte.

“Residents of several Sverdlovsk villages wove camouflage nets for the military participating in the NMD,” the report said. The press service added that nets are also weaved in the village of Emanzelga (Achitsky district).

Earlier, URA.RU reported that Sergey Bidonko, a State Duma deputy from the Sverdlovsk region, bought a UAZ Patriot and a cargo of useful items for soldiers. He sent humanitarian aid to the 72nd brigade, which is based 150 kilometers from Lugansk.

The special operation in Ukraine began on February 24, 2022 by decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to him, the main goal of the Russian military is to protect the civilian population of Donbass.




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