Humanitarian organisations have announced that they are ready to resume operation in Chechnya. They are known to have cut short their activities after the kidnapping of Kenneth Gluck, a Doctors Without Borders worker. The announcement was made by Aslambek Dakhkilgov, head of the Ingush office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, RIA Novosti announces. According to him, the convoys with food and other goods are ready to leave for Chechnya. At the moment Chechnya residents get humanitarian aid from the Red Cross, the only organization which continued its activity after Gluck's kidnapping.
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