The Fair Aid Charity – known popularly as Dr. Liza’s Foundation – brought 43 children from Donbass to Russia for medical treatment since the beginning of this year, a board member of the Charity, the organizer of the projects of aid to children of Donbass and Syria Natalya Avilova said in an interview to journalists, RIA Novosti news agency informs.
“Today, we are evacuating seriously ill children. We have 7 children. These are children with oncological, neurosurgical diseases, and serious eye problems… 36 children had been already evacuated this year, and all of them are already back [to Donbass]. This is a total of 43 children including those seven mentioned,” Avilova stressed in her conversation with the journalists.
The founder of the Charity Yelizaveta Glinka, renowned Russian social activist and human rights activist, was killed in a plane crash off the Sochi coast in late December last year as she was on her way to Syria on board of Russian Defense Ministry’s Tu-154 airliner. She founded her Charity to provide charity aid for lonely retirees and people with disabilities, who were left homeless and without means of subsistence, to help children and homeless, who suffered in military conflicts. Since the very beginning of the so-called “anti-terrorist operation” in Ukraine, the way Kiev junta refers to its punitive operation, she together with her colleagues had been constantly coming to the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics with humanitarian aid for the hospitals. She was helping to evacuate the seriously ill children to Russia for medical treatment.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency