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30 Tons of Humanitarian Aid Delivered by Russia to Myanmar
13.10.2015 11:20
30 Tons of Humanitarian Aid Delivered by Russia  to Myanmar

The EMERCOM of Russia has transported 30 tons of humanitarian supplies to Myanmar affected by a flood.

      After a 12 hour flight the Russian The Il-76 Candid with food, blankets, tents and inflatable boats on board landed at the airport of Yangon. The aircraft was met by heads of the government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, as well as the Russian Ambassador to the republic Vasily Pospelov.

      According to the ambassador, the authorities of Myanmar highly appreciate the emergency aid by Russia. Mr. Pospelov reminded that steady friendly and partnership relations unite Russia and Myanmar. Both the governement and the people are grateful for the assistance in emergency situation.

      It is a reminder that Myanmar suffered a heavy flood in July. Altogether over 1,6 million people became victims to the disaster.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Emergency Response Humanitarian Aid Humanitarian Operations   

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