“The Fund will make $7.5 million available for this purpose to be
spent on buying mobile intensive care vehicles, medical instruments,
medicine, bandages and mobile generators for hospitals,” he said on
The Fund’s vice president and Chechnya’s health minister have been
instructed to start implementing this program immediately. They have
been given 24 hours to get in touch with representatives of the eastern
regions of Ukraine engulfed by fighting and find out in what way the aid
should be provided – by money transfer or by delivering purchased
facilities, equipment and medicines to the users,” Kadyrov said.
“The people of Chechnya have gone through a severe tragedy connected
with the aggression by the West-trained terrorist organizations.
Hundreds of thousands of people were killed and wounded. We know better
than others how important first medical aid may be for people in the
zone of hostilities,” he writes.