The Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has sent today to Kirgizia a humanitarian cargo of 35 mobile single-room homes for survivors of disasters, including landslides and an earthquake. The homes capable of housing up to 140 people were delivered to the city of Bishkek by train.
The Russian Emergency Ministry started delivery following the order of the Russian Government in cooperation with concerned executive authorities.
The supplies were officially accepted at the State Rescuers Training Center of the Kirgizia’s Emergency Ministry located in the settlement of Sadovoye, Moskovsky District, Chuiskaya Region. The ceremony was attended by Kirgizia’s Deputy Minister for Emergency Situations kalys Akhmatov and Deputy Head of the Russian Emergency Ministry’s International Cooperation Department Igor Veselov.
Emergency Ministers of two countries – Vladimir Puchkov and Kubatbek Boronov – had discussed delivery of mobile homes for disaster victims at a bilateral meeting as part of the 9th Meeting of heads of emergency agencies of Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s member-states.
Thanks to coherent work of the two ministries the homes were delivered very quickly.
Russian Emergency Ministry delivers mobile homes for disasters in Kirgizia
Igor Veselov, Deputy Director of Russian Emergency Ministry's International Cooperation Department