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Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ crosses Ukrainian border, cars half filled
11:22, 15 June 2017
Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ crosses Ukrainian border, cars half filled

Ukrainian border guards also noted that the number of trucks does not correspond to the nature of cargo

11:22, 15 June 2017

Emergency Service of Russia

Russian so-called 66th ‘humanitarian convoy’ crossed the border of Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the State Border Guard Service.

"This morning the Russian side one-sidedly formalized the next 66th so-called ’humanitarian convoy’. In total, two сolumns consisting of 55 cars entered Ukraine from 6:05 am to 7:25 am through the Russian checkpoints ‘Donetsk’and ‘Matveev Kurgan’, "the report said.

"In addition, the peculiarity of this ‘humanitarian convoy ‘is the discrepancy between the number of trucks declared in the previous note of the Russian Federation and the quantity of cargo, and the vehicles themselves were filled only by 60%," the Border Guard added.

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