Representatives of the Union of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk national republics stated that sending the second convoy with humanitarian aid from Russia is expected on September 13. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the statement of the press-center of Novorossia.
According to the report, the convoy will travel to Lugansk with CAT Izvarino. Confirmation of this information from the Russian side.
Currently convoy with humanitarian aid is under the city of Donetsk in the Rostov region.
In late August there was a meeting of the foreign Ministers of Russia and Ukraine Sergey Lavrov and Paul klimkina. Based on its results was agreed to send to the residents of Donetsk and Lugansk regions new batch of humanitarian aid.
The first convoy of humanitarian aid to the residents of Donbas went to the border with Ukraine, August 12, from Moscow Naro-Fominsk. The convoy of 280 trucks reached the Russian-Ukrainian border on August 14, however, the check at a checkpoint on the territory of Ukraine began only a week later. August 22, Russian trucks crossed the border without approval from the Ukrainian side and moved in the direction Luhansk, sparking condemnation from Kiev, countries of the West and the North Atlantic Alliance. After humanitarian cargo were delivered, all Russian trucks left the territory of Ukraine.
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