The international Committee of the red cross (ICRC) delivered to the site of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic almost 2 thousand tons of products From December 2014, the organization Also supports 20 hospitals in the area, said Fins news the head of the ICRC office in Donetsk Joan Audierne.
Since the beginning of the special operation of Ukrainian forces in the Donbass, the majority of cities in the region are subject to shelling. The infrastructure of these settlements was severely damaged.
"Since December we've delivered 1, 917 thousand tons of products in 61 town and 37 institutions, among them schools and kindergartens. On inaccurate estimates, about 90 thousand people were provided With food and hygiene products. Our mission supports 19 hospitals on the lines of military surgery, we Also With the month of February supported the hospital named after Kalinin in Donetsk material for hemodialysis, " said she.
Audierne added that in Ilovaysk, Thorez and Debaltsevo was delivered 3 sets of soft roof, each of them for a thousand square meters.
The Ukrainian authorities began in April last year in the Donbass military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of the region. According to the summary data of the UN, the victims of the conflict began more than 6 thousand people. The problem of settlement of the Ukrainian fall under negotiation in different formats, for example, at the meetings of the contact group in Minsk with the mediation of Russia and the OSCE.
The next meeting of the contact group on February 12 ended with the adoption of a package of measures on execution of the Minsk agreements, involving, for example, the ceasefire in the Donbas With fifteen February, the withdrawal of heavy weapons and the development of the security zone. Soon after informing truce in the Donbass resumed shooting, the parties blame each other in violation of the "silence" and report that conduct only return fire. Kiev is considering an appeal to the UN and the EU on the introduction of peacekeepers in Donbass.