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Russia sent humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to combat COVID-19

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Russia sent humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to combat COVID-19


02.06.2020

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Humanitarian aid to fight against coronavirus infection came from Russia to Afghanistan, TASS reports. This was announced by the special representative of the President of Russia on Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov.

The batch includes test kits for the diagnosis of coronavirus, they are enough for five thousand studies. They were transferred to the country by Dmitry Zhirnov, head of the Russian diplomatic mission in Afghanistan.

Earlier, Russia had sent test systems and face masks to Laos. Humanitarian aid also came to Cambodia, Iran, the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union and the CIS.

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