Makhachkala, March 11, 2014. Today, 80 tons of food came to Crimea from Daghestan as humanitarian aid, reported Crimea’s Minister of Education and Science, Youth and Sports Natalia Goncharova at a workshop on educational system’s maintenance.
"It is essential for us now that the Treasury has stopped passing a number of 'protected', as we see it, articles. Thanks for the helping hand,"- the minister said.
In turn, Deputy Chairman of the Crimea Minister Council Sergey Donich recalled that the Minister Council now has a Council on Humanitarian Aid which on a daily basis received calls from people who want to help the Crimeans.
"The assistance from the brotherly Russia is really significant. Yesterday I spoke with the Vladimir region governor; he said they were collecting the freight of medicines and food for the Crimeans. The Chechen Republic is also doing the same thing,"- Sergey Donich said.
He assured that in Crimea, they will not allow "failures" while forming a new financial mechanism independent from the Ukrainian treasury.
Crimea receives 80 tons of food as humanitarian aid from Daghestan11 March 2014 11:44 Posted in: SOCIETY