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Russian servicemen held an aid campaign for Armenians

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Russian peacekeepers temporarily stationed in part of Azerbaijan's Karabakh economic region provided medical assistance to more than 120 Armenians.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from the Russian Defense Ministry.

It was noted that Russian peacekeepers provided assistance to the residents of the "remote settlement" as part of a humanitarian-medical operation. They handed over food and kitchen equipment weighing more than 4 tons to the population of Chapar village.

At the same time, specialists of the Special Purpose Medical Unit of the Russian peacekeeping contingent received citizens in a tent with a standard pneumatic frame. Military doctors provided special therapeutic, surgical and ophthalmological care.

Date
2021.08.04 / 12:27
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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