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Russia sent more than 27 tons of aid to Gaza Strip residents

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Russia sent more than 27 tons of aid to Gaza Strip residents


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Russia is set to provide further humanitarian assistance to the residents of the Gaza Strip, TASS reports. A plane from the Russian Emergencies Ministry has loaded over 27 tons of crucial supplies, encompassing items such as blankets, mattresses, baby food, groceries, and other essentials. This time the aid comes by initiative of the Republic of Ingushetia.

The plane with the aid is scheduled to land at the airport in the Egyptian city of El-Arish, where representatives from the Egyptian Red Crescent Society will ensure its delivery to the intended recipients.

The EMERCOM of Russia has orchestrated 12 flights as part of the ongoing humanitarian mission, transporting a total of two hundred eighty-eight tons of essential supplies, including food, medicines, and warm clothing, to those in need.

As Russky Mir reported earlier, the Spiritual Administration of Muslims (DUM) of the Russian Federation has initiated fundraising efforts to support Russians forced to leave the Gaza Strip. The charity fund Zakat has not only facilitated the collection but also constructed a twenty-bed hospital in the Gaza Strip.

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