February 26
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MOSCOW. – Russian peacekeepers as well as representatives of Russian and Armenian charitable foundations have carried out a humanitarian action in the village of Khramort in the Askeran region of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

According to the respective statement, 1.2 tons of humanitarian aid was transferred to the needy families of Khramort.

"Assistance will be provided to more than 320 families. First of all, we hand school supplies for the schoolchildren and preschool children of the Khramort settlement," said Dmitry Tusidi, a representative the Russian peacekeeping contingent.

In his words, in the future, humanitarian aid will be provided also to large families, as stoves, clothes, shoes, basic necessities will be provided, as well as two diesel generators: one for the Khramort village school, the second—to the village hall.

Also, specialists from the humanitarian response center of the Russian peacekeeping contingent have handed autumn and winter children's clothes, shoes, school bags, and stationery.

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