10th Putin's 'humanitarian convoy' has already arrived at Ukrainian border

10th so-called Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’ has arrived at the Russian-Ukrainian border in the morning.

Russian Emergencies Ministry source told TASS, Censor.NET reports.

"A 180-car column is divided in two. First 90 trucks arrived at the Donetsk checkpoint, another 90 came to the Matveev Kurgan checkpoint in the Rostov region," REM representative said.

According to him, customs clearance has already begun. It was also informed that Russian border guards are inspecting the trucks.

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Altogether nine Russian convoys crossed the border since mid-August. At the same time, Ukrainian authorities have never given official permission for crossing the border, describing the process as invasion. In addition, neither Ukrainian border guards nor the International Committee of the Red Cross were allowed to inspect the trucks. Thus, their content remains unknown.

Earlier, President Poroshenko stated that only one truck of the ninth Putin's convoy carried humanitarian aid. There was fuel in the rest of the trucks.

Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n317253