Author: Milos Maricic

Russian Red Cross steps up support to people displaced by the conflict in Ukraine

By Andrey Sidorin, IFRC Russian Red Cross has stepped up its support to people who have fled the conflict in Ukraine by providing health care to those most vulnerable. “People fleeing from Ukraine don’t know how long they will have to stay in Russia,” said Davron Mukhamadiev, Head of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies representation in Russia, Belarus and Moldova. “Due to their uncertain legal and social status, many of them did not have access to proper medical care until now. The project will also cover the most vulnerable groups of Ukraininan citizens staying...

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