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UN High Commissioner for Refugees sends over 200 tons of humanitarian aid to occupied Luhansk

Source : 112 Ukraine

The trucks carried construction materials and medical equipment
10:44, 30 September 2021

State Border Guard Service of Ukraine

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has sent 11 trucks with humanitarian aid to occupied Luhansk for locals as the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported.

The trucks carried construction materials and medical equipment, which weighed 200 tons.

Related: US Congress approves increase of military aid for Ukraine by $ 50 million

It is the 21st humanitarian cargo that crossed the demarcation line through the Shchastya checkpoint to the occupied Luhansk region.

However, the occupation authorities still do not admit people through this corridor.

Related: Financial aid from US to reach $1 billion, - Foreign Minister

As we reported, Donbas has received 2,300 tons of humanitarian aid from Switzerland on September 1-16, 2021.

As we reported, the UN urges the international donors to provide urgent financial to help to satisfy the most basic needs of 1.9 million people in the Donbas Conflict zone. The needs of people in Donbas still advance the financing as the violence and Covid-19 pandemic continue in the region.

 

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