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Putin’s regime in the occupied Crimea steals foreign aid from sick children

Crying child
Crying child
Translated by: A. N.
Edited by: L. Spencer

The [Russian] occupying government of the Crimea appropriated the humanitarian aid sent by the Netherlands to the Crimea in 2008 for the needs of “Children’s Clinical Hospital” and handed it over to the so-called “Self-Defense Forces of the Crimea.”

The decision is documented on the website of the occupying government of the Crimea.

The humanitarian aid from the Netherlands included blankets, sterilizers, wheelchairs, reusable elastic bandages and other high-demand equipment and supplies.

Translated by: A. N.
Edited by: L. Spencer
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