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ICRC sends 95 tons of humanitarian aid to Donbas

Five trucks deliver products and hygiene kits to citizens of Donbas
10:59, 4 May 2019

State Border Service

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has sent 95 tons of humanitarian aid to the uncontrolled territory of Donbas, as Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service reported.

According to the report, five trucks from ICRC were sent through Novotroitske entry-exit checkpoint to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine.

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Their baggage is 95 tons of products and hygiene kits. The humanitarian aid is sent for the residents of Donetsk occupied territories.

As we reported earlier, the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) has sent humanitarian aid to the uncontrolled territory of Donbas. 

Related: Militants stop three ICRC trucks with humanitarian aid on way to Donbas

“Four trucks from ICRC were sent through Novotroitske entry-exit checkpoint to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine. The residents of Donbas will receive 73 tons of humanitarian aid, in particular, building materials and hygiene kits,” the report said.

Earlier, the representatives of the illegal armed formations did not let three trucks carrying humanitarian aid onto the occupied territory of Donbas.

Related: Ukraine's ombudswoman asks ICRC to check respect for rights of political prisoners in Russia

 

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