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 Another Attempt of Putin's "Humanitarian Convoy" Breakthrough into Ukraine Prevented Tonight

Ukraine may receive humanitarian aid in accordance with international law and the laws of Ukraine, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Valerii Chalyi said.

Censor.NET reports this citing the Head of State press service.

"There was a delay with specification provision. The Red Cross received only general information. There are 700 tons of water, 30 tons of salt and a lot of stuff which is plenty in Ukraine," the Presidential Administration deputy head said. Valerii Chalyi explained that Ukraine will not allow the penetration of any troops escorting cargo into its territory and new attempts to bring in the so-called peacekeepers, who will accompany the so-called convoy."

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He also said that another attempt of "peacekeepers" to cross the border in the Kharkiv region was prevented tonight. The President urgently called a meeting on the subject, held talks at the international level, so that "the situation was managed to be kept under control."

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"We are ready to face these challenges," Chalyi said.

 
 
 
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