Donetsk, Jan 9 – DAN. International humanitarian organization Spravedlivaya Pomoshch (Fair Aid) will continue its work, inspired by its late leader Elizaveta Glinka.
"We are definitely going on with our mission that was a part of Doctor Liza's life. We have already finalized the list of children who are to receive treatment in Moscow," the representative of the Spravedlivaya Pomoshch in Donetsk Tatiana Svetlichnaya told DAN.
The group of children will be sent to Moscow on January 20-27.
Elizaveta Glinka, known worldwide as Dr. Lisa, a US citizen, is the founder of the Fair Aid organization and was a member of the Russia's Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights. She was engaged in providing aid and assistance to children. With the outbreak of the War in Donbass she moved almost 500 seriously ill children to hospitals in Moscow or Saint Petersburg, where they could receive medical attention. Glinka died in the crash of Russian Defense Ministry Tu-154 aircraft en route to Syria. All 92 people on board were killed. *ot