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Dump of Clothes collected for Ukrainian Refugees was found in Nizhny Novgorod

Citizens were trying to help and brought clothes that have been thrown away.

29.Oct.14 12:04 PM
By Elena Tkachenko


Dump of Clothes collected for Ukrainian Refugees was found in Nizhny Novgorod
A group of citizens of Nizhny Novgorod decided to play strike-ball a couple of weeks ago and an abandoned building. However their game was not supposed to start. They have discovered a huge dump of clothes and other things which have been collected by citizens of Nizhny Novgorod for Ukrainian refugees. The information is provided by

Grigory Melehov who was among those who have found this dump said that there were lots of different packages, boxes and clothes for children and adults as well as toys and other staff. Grigory paid attention to the fact that most of boxes have been opened. It seems like the biggest part of all clothes and things have been stolen by someone.

“Who is able to commit such a horrible thing when not only Ukrainian refugees but also Russians need help and support? I can’t believe that someone could just throw all those things away. Citizens of Nizhny Novgorod collected that entire close from their hearts with all sincerity. I will do my best in order to find those criminals. They must be punished. I will inform you about results!”, - wrote Melehov in his personal blog.

He also paid attention to the fact that the whole story is not as easy to understand as it seems. GAZ Museum has collected clothes for refugees from Ukraine and gave them to Public Chamber. That is why it is rather surprising how that dump appeared in that place. There are still lots of questions which call for answers.

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