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Russia sends 90th consignment of humanitarian aid to Donbas

Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations plans to deliver about 600 tons of humanitarian aid to Donbas residents, which includes baby food kits
09:12, 7 November 2019

Emergency Service of Russia

Russia has begun conveying the 90th consignment of humanitarian aid to residents of eastern Ukraine, who reside in the war zone. This was stated in a press release of the Russian department.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia notes that it is planned to deliver about 600 tons of humanitarian aid to the people of Donbas, which includes baby food kits.

After crossing Russian-Ukrainian border, the column of cars with Russian humanitarian aid will be divided into two parts. After it gets through the checkpoints, one aid group will travel to Donetsk, the other to Luhansk.

As we reported earlier, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) sent seven trucks with the humanitarian aid to occupied Donbas as the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported.

Particularly, seven trucks with the humanitarian shipment from the International Committee of the Red Cross proceeded through Novotroitske checkpoint to temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine.

“The trucks transported the food packs, plastic pipes, pumps, pipe detectors, electrodes and rebar with the total weight of almost 118 tons to the citizens of Donetsk region,” the border guards specified.

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