Russian convoy delivers aid to Ukraine: TV

Russia has delivered a second shipment of aid to rebel-controlled Ukraine, sending trucks carrying 2,000 tonnes of goods unaccompanied across the border, national television said on Saturday. ‘The second humanitarian mission brought 2,000 tonnes of aid to Donbass,’ said a news ticker on Russian state-owned channel Rossiya 24, referring to the rebel-held region of east Ukraine.

‘Food, medical supplies and warm clothes have been delivered to Lugansk,’ said another news ticker, referring to one of the most badly damaged cities in the hands of pro-Moscow separatists. Seventy trucks have already been unloaded and are on their way back to Russia, the channel said. All vehicles are be unloaded before 2030 IST.


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