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The Slovak Republic has delivered the humanitarian aid to the flood-affected settlements of Ivano-Frankivsk oblast

Published: 06.07.2020, 14:26

On July 6, due to the emergency situation in Prykarpattia, the Slovak Republic delivered the humanitarian aid to eliminate the consequences of the natural disaster - the flood, which led to human casualties and large-scale destruction.

Tents, pumps, generators and other rescue equipment - all these materials will be forwarded to the most affected areas of Ivano-Frankivsk oblast in order to provide assistance to the population.

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