49th Russian humanitarian convoy crossed Ukrainian border
Part of the convoy arrived at “Donetsk” checkpoint, other part – at “Matviiv-Kurhan”
49th convoy of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation crossed the border of Ukraine, informs press center of the Ministry.
It is reported that there were no unexpected situations on the way.
The convoy split up in two parts. One of them arrived at “Donetsk” checkpoint, another one – at “Matviiv-Kurhan”.
“The convoy went through customs in accordance with international legislation. Ukrainian Customs Service and State Border Service officials were present. Both, equipment and supporting documents were appropriately checked”, - it is said in the report.
100 vehicles with a more than 1 thousand tons load continued towards Donetsk and Luhansk unloading points.
The convoy carries food products: flour, sugar and canned food, as well as education literature and fire equipment.
This is the first Russian convoy in 2016.
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