Yanukovych presents war veterans, disabled people with cars in Odesa

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Sept. 18, 2012, 5:45 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych visited Odesa region on Tuesday, Sept. 18. During the visit, he opened a repaired school and kindergarten. He also presented war veterans, disabled people with cars.

ODESA – Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych presented six veterans of the Great Patriotic War (the Second World War) and people with disabilities with cars in Odesa on Tuesday, Sept.18.

According to an Interfax-Ukraine reporter, three veterans of the Great Patriotic War, two Chornobyl cleanup workers with disabilities, and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan received the cars.

As reported, the president visited Odesa region on Tuesday. During the visit, he opened a repaired school and kindergarten.

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