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 Putin's "Сonvoy" Forbidden to Stop When Moving in Ukraine

After crossing the border with Ukraine, trucks with humanitarian aid from Russia will move to their destination without stopping.

This was announced by the representative of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, Censor.NET reports, citing citing Radio Liberty.

See also: First Putin's KamAZ with Humanitarian Aid Entered Ukraine, Eight More Are Following It - Journalist. PHOTOS

Earlier, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) gave the safety instructions for drivers. There will be only one driver in the cockpit of each car, en route stops are prohibited. Cars with flags of the Red Cross will accompany the Russian convoy on the whole route.

The convoy of 280 trucks carrying humanitarian aid for the people of Donbas departed to Ukraine from Narofominsk near Moscow on August 12. Trucks arrived at the border with Ukraine on August 14.

Read also: Yesterday Part of the Russian Humanitarian Convoy Tried to Break into the Territory of Ukraine

 
 
 
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