20 March 2018

Russia sends humanitarian aid to DPRK

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Russia’s Emergencies Ministry has sent humanitarian aid to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), which was hit by the Lionrock typhoon, the ministry’s press service said on Saturday.

The assistance is offered at the order from the Russian president and government.

"By railway transport to the DPRK we have sent more than 170 tonnes of food products and more than 700 tonnes of diesel fuel," the emergencies authority said. Carriages with the humanitarian cargo have crossed the border and now head for the Rajin station for unloading there.

2016.11.12 / 19:27
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