"The cars of the 75th humanitarian column of the Russian Emergency Service are sent to the Russian-Ukrainian border where it will be divided into two parts, each of which after crossing the checkpoints will proceed to the destinations - one will go to Donetsk, the other - to Luhansk," the report said.
It is noted that the column contains more than 40 units of equipment that carry 400 tons of cargo.
As it was reported earlier, Russia sent its 74th so-called "humanitarian convoy" to the Donbas territory occupied by the pro-Russian militants on February 22.
Russian authorities have been sending the so-called humanitarian convoys to Ukraine since August 2014. The Russian side claims the trucks carry food, water, medicines, books, agrarian instruments and other necessities. Ukrainian border guards cannot check the contents of trucks, and Russia refused to send their humanitarian aid through the controlled checkpoints on the border, as requested by Ukraine. Ukraine insists there are weapons and ammunition aboard the trucks, so they reach Kremlin-backed militants that keep on attacking Ukrainian positions.