Greece Coordinates Delivery of Aid to Victims of Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

December 11, 2020

ATHENS — The foreign ministry's International Development Cooperation Service responded immediately to a request by Armenian organisations in Greece, acting to coordinate the sending of humanitarian aid to the victims of the recent Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict as part of its humanitarian mission, the ministry said on Friday.

The Armenian Relief Society, Armenian Blue Cross and Cross of Mercy Macedonia-Thrace, in cooperation with the Armenian Embassy in Athens, gathered humanitarian aid for the victims of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, the ministry announcement said.

With the valuable cooperation of the national defence ministry, which provided a transport aircraft, this humanitarian aid, which consists of medical supplies and food for the victims and refugees, is scheduled to be transported to Armenia on Saturday, December 12.


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