This, as RIA Novosti informs, was told by the deputy director of the Belarusian Humanitarian Fund Vladimir Kazbanov.

"Citizens of the EU countries, who understand everything, are friendly, sympathetic and fully understand what is happening now in the Donbass," Kazbanov said.

According to him, not only Russian-speaking citizens of Ireland took part in the project, but also those who do not know Russian.

It is noted that the cargo was delivered in transit through Belarus.

Earlier, Russian servicemen delivered more than 100 tons of aid to the LPR.

It was also reported that more than seven thousand residents of Severodonetsk received medical care thanks to the work of doctors from the Perm Territory.