Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ
6th April, 2016
Another humanitarian convoy set off, the 53rd in a row, from Lenin state farm outside Moscow to the South-East of Ukraine. On board each of the trucks is everything the residents of Donetsk and Lugansk regions need: food, medicines, children’s things, and seeds.
As was noted by the press-centre in “Krasnaya Tula”, the Tula regional Committee of the Communist party participate in all humanitarian aid convoys. At this time, as it became known to the correspondent of the news agency “Tula Pressa”, at the suburban farm named after Lenin in Tula, members of staff, in support for Donbass, brought food and children’s clothes.
An improvised rally was made by the Secretary of the Tula Regional Committee, Deputy Chairman of the regional Duma – Aleksey Lebedev.
“The Tula Communist party is grateful for the opportunity to send humanitarian aid to our brothers in Donbass. With this humanitarian convoy they say “Hi” to the civilians and the heroes of Novorossiya, and the fighters that protect their families and their land,” said Alexander Lebedev.
The former head of the Lugansk People’s Republic, Valery Bolotov, said that the struggle with Bandera evil spirits for peace and freedom on their land continues: “I want to express my immense gratitude to the Communist party of the Russian Federation for support and ongoing humanitarian convoys that go to Donbass. In connection with continuous operations, this assistance is especially necessary. We will not abandon the fight, and with this kind of support we will win!”