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 Russia will send three humanitarian convoys to occupied Donbas this Autumn

Russia's emergencies ministry plans to send over three 'humanitarian' convoys to the Donbas in September, Deputy Minister Vladimir Stepanov told reporters on Saturday.

Censor.NET reports citing TASS

"In September we continue working as planned," he said in response to a question regarding delivery of humanitarian aid.

"We plan three convoys before end of the month."

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During the war in the Donbas, Russia has sent 37 so-called 'humanitarian' convoys of the emergencies ministry to the region. Since August, 2014, Russia delivered to the Donbass over 45,000 tonnes of 'humanitarian' cargo.

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