Donetsk, Mar 13 - DAN. The international public organisation Fair Help founded by Doctor Liza has sent eight seriously ill children from the Donbass Republics to Russia for treatment, representative of the charity organisation’s Donetsk office Tatyana Svetlichnaya told Donetsk News Agency on Tuesday.
“Seven children from the DPR and one from the LPR have been sent to the Russian Federation which will provide medical assistance,” Svetlichnaya said. “The are four breastfed babies among the patients.”
The group comprises children with cardiac pathology, injuries and cancer.
The young patients will come to Rostov-on-Don to fly to Moscow on a charter flight.
Fair Help, founded by Elizaveta Glinka (Doctor Liza), member of the Civil Society and Human Rights Council under the Russian president, has helped make arrangements for gravely ill Donbass children’s treatment in Russia. Doctor Liza sent nearly 500 seriously ill children to Russia. She was killed in the Tu-154 plane crash in the Sochi area on 25 December 2016. *jk