LNR authorities banned the activities of "Doctors without borders" in the Republic
The self-proclaimed LNR, the authorities prohibited the activity of international organization "Doctors without borders" within the Republic for " flagrant violations ", said Lugansk information centre referring to the Acting Deputy head of the Council of Ministers LNR Vasily Nikitin.
"The authorities LNR denied accreditation in the Republic of international organization" Doctors without borders ", in which were found "egregious" violations ", - is informed in the report referring to Nikitin, who heads the Commission on accreditation of the international non-profit organizations within the Republic.
before Employees of the Ministry of state security (MGB) LNR said they found in the warehouses of the humanitarian organization "Doctors without borders" Lekarstva and medical supplies which were identified as highly potent psychotropic substances. Nikitin said that the detected drugs are not registered neither in Ukraine nor in Russia, nor within the LC. The audit also found that all medication was stored with gross violations of storage conditions of medicines and medical equipment.
it was stated that the conclusion about the stop of activities of international organizations within the Republic has the ability to be handed down on Thursday by members of the Commission, which included commissioners of the Ministry of interior, the Ministry of health and the MGB LNR.
Doctors without borders (FR. Medecins sans frontieres) - International non-governmental Organization providing medical aid to people affected in result of armed conflict and natural disasters.
The organization was created in 1971 in Paris to assist the victims of the armed conflict in Nigeria in the 1967-1970 years.
The organization sends every year more than 3 thousand Volunteers in more than 80 countries, including zones of armed conflict. The volunteers are working in many hot spots. In addition, "Doctors without borders" do preventive and educational work on the battle of drug addiction and AIDS.
Funding doctors without borders is carried out with the help of private donations. About 80 per cent of the funding the Organization receives from 2 million individual donors.