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 Another Putin's "humanitarian" convoy to enter Ukraine Aug. 20

Russian Emergency Ministry says another so-called "humanitarian" convoy is to arrive in the occupied Donbas on Aug. 20.

As reported by Censor.NET referring to UNIAN, this was announced by the Head of the National Center for Crisis Management, General-Lieutenant Viktor Yatsutsenko at a teleconference in the ministry.

"We proceed with arranging humanitarian aid to inhabitants of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, the next convoy is scheduled for Aug. 20," Yatsutsenko said.

Read more: 35th 'Putin's humanitarian convoy' left Russia for Donbas

As reported, Aug. 14 the 35th Russian so-called "humanitarian" convoy crossed the border of Ukraine.

Aug. 7, the Russian Emergency Ministry announced about its plans to send three so-called "humanitarian" convoys to the occupied Donbas in August, carrying mainly Russian textbooks, according to the authority.

As reported before, Russia has been sending the so-called "humanitarian" convoys - trains of trucks with unknown contents - to the war-torn Donbas since last summer. Ukrainian border guards, customs officers, as well as representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross have not been able to inspect the goods.

Read more: U.S. blames Russia on aggravation in Donbas

The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine claims all Russian "humanitarian" convoys are solely aimed at supporting militants. Usually, trucks bring ammunition, rations, weapons.

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has repeatedly demanded from the Russian Federation to stop violating Ukraine's sovereignty under the pretext of delivering the so-called "humanitarian aid."
 
 
 
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