United Russia will set up Christmas trees in temporary shelters for refugees from Donbass and congratulate soldiers on the frontline

New Year is a holiday that cannot be canceled by any circumstances. It was celebrated even in the most difficult years of the Great Patriotic War for our country, children’s Christmas trees were held. Not on a large scale, modestly, but it was all emphasized Secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andrey Turchak.

“Yes, expensive corporate parties with the participation of show business stars are now inappropriate,noted the politician. – But the New Year’s atmosphere, first of all for children, should be. As well as traditional children’s Christmas trees, charity events and other formats that allow people to distract a little, feel the beginning of the holiday, congratulate their relatives and friends.

The secretary of the General Council also said that the heads of the regions, who lead the branches of United Russia, were recommended to invite children of SVO participants to the governor’s Christmas trees. There will also be a traditional wishing tree.

“And our guys on the front line, despite all the difficulties they face, also need to have a holiday. Even in the field. Be sure to congratulate them on the New Year and send congratulations from home,” – informed Andrey Turchak.

Recall that from the first day of the special operation, United Russia provided comprehensive assistance to the evacuated residents of Donbass, as well as to those who remained in the LDNR and in the liberated areas. Party regional branches have already delivered more than 14,000 tons of humanitarian cargo to the People’s Republics, of which about 700 tons are medicines.

Since the beginning of the NWO, United Russia has collected more than 500 million rubles in donations from individuals and legal entities. They went to buy food packages, rehabilitation equipment for the disabled, children’s supplies and basic necessities. Also, “United Russia” has collected more than a billion rubles to help the front. With this money, thousands of quadrocopters, drones, communication equipment, thermal imaging cameras and equipment were purchased and transferred to frontline soldiers.

There are more than 40 United Russia humanitarian centers in the regions of Donbas, Kherson and Zaporozhye. 15 centers are open in the DPR. 10 of them are in Mariupol. There are also party centers for legal and psychological help, as well as children’s centers, in a number of areas.

By Peter Kavinsky

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