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Russia sends another “humanitarian convoy” to Donbas
09:21, 27 July 2017
Russia sends another “humanitarian convoy” to Donbas

The trucks carry allegedly 600 tons of humanitarian aid

09:21, 27 July 2017

Emergency Service of Russia

Russian Emergency Service sent the 67th convoy with the so-called "humanitarian aid" to the occupied Donbas. This was reported by TASS agency with reference to the press service of the department.

"A truck convoy with humanitarian cargo for the Donetsk and Luhansk regions set off from Rostov-on-Don Rescue Center of the Emergency Service," the source said.

According to the agency, trucks carry more than 600 tons of humanitarian aid. Russian Emergency Service claims that there are children's food kits, medicines, building materials, art and educational literature to prepare for the new school year.

The column will proceed to the Ukrainian-Russian border at Donetsk and Matveev Kurgan checkpointsand will continue to move to the destinations, the agency reports.

Related: Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ crosses Ukrainian border, cars half filled

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

Related: Another Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ sets off to Donbas

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