The first part of Kazakhstan’s humanitarian aid reached Osh city
The day before the first part of Kazakhstan's humanitarian aid reached Osh city within the framework of the agreement between two countries, sources in the Emergency Situations Ministry reported.
Reportedly, the most part of the freight is building materials including around 3.3 thousand cubic meters of planks, 234 tones of roofing slates, and 900 tones of reinforcement. Besides, the humanitarian aid includes around 60 tones of household soap and 139 tones of coal as well as 188 tones of buckwheat and 2.8 tones of rice. Two railcars of buckwheat is offloaded and delivered to the warehouse of Osh oblast administration, news agency "24.kg" reported.
Note: the agreement about the humanitarian aid was reached during visit Bishkek by the First vice Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan Umirzak Shukeev.