Belarus’ humanitarian aid goes to Kyrgyzstan
On October 20, Belarus' humanitarian assistance was sent to Kyrgyzstan. The Emergencies Ministry has been commissioned to ensure convoy and handover of the humanitarian aid, BelTA informs.
The humanitarian cargo consists of 20 modular tents, 2,000 blankets, 4,400 beef cans, 4,500 condensed milk cans, 1 tonne of sugar, 1,400 soap bars. The total cost of the humanitarian aid is Br307,243 million.
It will take nearly five hours for Transaviaexport IL-76 to deliver the cargo.
It is the third time this year Belarus has provided an international humanitarian assistance. Earlier it has sent humanitarian aid to People's Republic of China and Tajikistan.