Humanitarian aid in the form of necessary medicines was handed over by Daria Morozova to temporary accommodation centres (TACs) in the city of Novoazovsk and in the village of Bezymennoye. The need for medicines was found out during the previous visit of the DPR Ombudsman to the Novoazovsk district on March 23.
“Many residents of Mariupol, who today arrive en masse on the territory of the Republic, have health problems. Stress, cold, lack of water and food, prolonged stay in damp basements had a negative impact. Taking into account that the flow of refugees is increasing every day, there is a need for medicines in the first-aid posts organized on the basis of TACs, including painkillers, decongestants, antipyretics, antibiotics, adsorbents, uroseptics, agents for the treatment and healing of wounds, for the normalization of blood pressure, sedatives, and antihistamines. Today we have delivered appropriate humanitarian aid. This will facilitate the work of doctors and expand the possibilities of treating the evacuees,” said Daria Morozova.
It should be noted that the Ombudsman pays special attention to monitoring the observance of the rights of citizens living in the liberated territories and being evacuated due to active hostilities. Contributing to the improvement of the social and humanitarian situation in this context is a priority task.