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> *Watch: Italians Praise Russia, Deride EU After Vladimir Putin Sends in
> Coronavirus Aid*
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> *While the European Union has failed to provide coordinated assistance to
> Italy in time to prevent the virus, Russia has filled in and dispatched
> military health workers, virologists and equipment to help the country
> handle the pandemic.*
> A video went viral of an Italian man replacing a European Union flag with
> a Russian one, in a gesture of gratitude to Moscow for helping combat the
> coronavirus crisis.
> Federico Cane, of Omegna in northern Italy, on Monday posted a video to
> Facebook of himself defiantly removing an EU flag from a floor stand.
> He holds up a piece of paper reading in Italian, “Thank you Putin.. Thank
> you Russia,” before he places a Russian tricolour next to an Italian flag.
> The video has racked up almost 450,000 views and 40,000 shares as of
> Tuesday.
> Dante Cattaneo, a Matteo Salvini ally and deputy mayor of the commune
> of Ceriano Laghetto in Lombardy, has shared a video of himself thanking
> Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian people for their help. In
> what he called a symbolic gesture, he put on a sweat jacket sporting the
> word “Russia”.
> Another video that praises Russian assistance and derides the EU’s lack of
> response shows Russian planes landing in Italy followed by a clip
> of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen showing how to wash
> hands. “A friend in need is a friend indeed,” reads the caption. “And
> Europe is washing its hands.”
> Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday promised to send medical
> personnel and supplies to Italy after *speaking over the phone*
> <https://sputniknews.com/europe/202003231078681280-italy-holds-consultations-on-russian-experts-engagement-in-covid-19-fight/>
>  with
> its Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. The first military plane with
> desperately-needed supplies arrived in Italy the following night.
> Since Saturday’s phone call, a total of 14 Russian Il-76 aircraft *have
> delivered eight medical teams*
> <https://sputniknews.com/europe/202003231078679562-russian-military-cargo-planes-deliver-medical-equipment-to-italy-amid-raging-coronavirus---video/>,
> over a hundred military virologists, and diagnosis and disinfection
> equipment to Italy’s Pratica di Mare air base just outside of Rome. Russian
> medics will be working in the city of Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy’s
> worst-affected city.
> The EU has failed to act on Italy’s desperate pleas for extra supplies of
> medical equipment as the country became Europe’s epicentre of the pandemic
> and faced overwhelming pressure on its healthcare system.
> The most significant assistance came just last week when the EU *decided
> to allocate*
> <https://www.euractiv.com/section/coronavirus/news/eu-allocates-chinese-aid-to-italy-to-fight-against-the-pandemic/>
>  to
> Italy all of China’s latest donation, which included test kits and masks.
> On 11 March, the day Italy was well into the outbreak with over 12,400
> coronavirus cases confirmed, its point man for the EU Maurizio Massari
> criticised the bloc for a lack of response to the crisis.
> “*Italy has already asked to activate the European Union Mechanism of
> Civil Protection for the supply of medical equipment for individual
> protection,” he **wrote*
> <https://www.politico.eu/article/coronavirus-italy-needs-europe-help/>* in
> a Politico op-ed. “But, unfortunately, not a single EU country responded to
> the Commission’s call. Only China responded bilaterally. Certainly, this is
> not a good sign of European solidarity.”*
> Since the coronavirus outbreak started in China late last year, Italy has
> become one of the world’s most affected countries, with close to 64,000
> confirmed cases and around 6,100 deaths as of Monday. Testing for the
> disease has often been limited to those admitting themselves to hospital,
> which means that the majority of cases may have gone undetected.
> Despite the virus infecting less people than in China, Italy has the
> world’s highest death toll – something analysts attribute to its
> proportionately more elderly population. The coronavirus-related death toll
> in Italy appears to have slowed down, with authorities reporting a smaller
> day-to-day increase in new cases for two days straight on Monday.

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