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Another Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ sets off to Donbas
09:25, 15 June 2017
Another Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ sets off to Donbas

The vehicles allegedly carry over 500 tons of humanitarian goods, among them food kits and medications, according to Russian Emergency Service

09:25, 15 June 2017

Emergency Service of Russia

Another Russian so-called ‘humanitarian convoy’ set off from Russia to the occupied part of Donbas. This was reported by Russian Emergency Service.

"The 66th column of the Emergency Ministry of Russia with humanitarian aid for the Donbas moved towards the Russian border, cars carry more than 500 tons of humanitarian cargo, as well as children's food kits and medicines," the message says.

The column will proceed to two destinations - Luhansk and Donetsk regions of Ukraine. Before arriving at the state border, the column will be divided into two parts.

Related: 63rd “humanitarian convoy” arrives in Ukraine’s East

Russian trucks enter the Ukrainian territory with violations of international and Ukrainian legislation. Ukrainian border guards cannot check the contents of trucks.

Earlier it was reported that Russia sent its 65th ‘humanitarian convoy’ to occupied Donbas on May 25. A column of vehicles departed from Russia’s Rostov region to the Ukrainian border.

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