Source Pravda.Ru

Russia, Tajikistan, Kyrghyzstan Rescuers Bring Plenty Of Aid To Afghanistan

Rescue workers of Russia, Tajikistan and Kyrghyzstan have brought over 2,500 tons of flour and 110 tons of grain to Afghanistan. As RIA Novosti knows from the press service of the Tajikistan-deployed group of Russia's Federal Frontier Service, since the beginning of the effort to deliver aid to Afghanistan's northern provinces, a total of 19 humanitarian convoys have passed through the Tajik-Afghan border. The three countries' emergencies ministries have coordinated their action arranging faultless aid deliveries to Northern Afghanistan.

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