Russian Emergency Service sent to the occupied territory of Donbas in Ukraine its 65th ‘humanitarian convoy’, reports RIA News. Russian has been sending the so-called humanitarian aid to Ukraine since August 2014.
"A column of cars with about 400 tons of humanitarian aid is headed from Rescue Center of the Emergency Ministry in Kovalevka village of Rostov region towards the Russian-Ukrainian border," the ministry wrote.
According to the Emergency Ministry of the Russian Federation, the cargo mainly contains children's food kits and medicines. The first part of the humanitarian help will be taken to the ‘Donetsk ‘checkpoint, and the second part to ‘Matveev Kurgan’ checkpoint.
Earlier it was reported that Russia sent its 64th "humanitarian convoy" to occupied Donbas on April 27, 2017. Russian Emergency Service as always stated that the vehicles transported around 400 tons of “humanitarian goods”, which allegedly contain children's food kits, medical equipment and medicines.