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NOVO-OGARYOVO, August 27, /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow will send its second humanitarian convoy to Ukraine soon, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday.
“The second humanitarian convoy will be sent soon, and with account for the scale of negative dynamics of the humanitarian disaster development [in Ukraine], the possibility to send a regular batch of humanitarian aid as soon as possible was discussed at yesterday’s meeting of the two presidents,” Peskov said.
He said Russia is ready to dispatch the humanitarian cargo tomorrow but added that the real date will be known later after consultations with the International Committee of the Red Cross and with Kiev authorities.
Also he said, that at their latest meeting the presidents of Russia and Ukraine achieved understanding the dialogue must go on.
“There is the understanding the dialogue must be continued. The place, date and format are still to be agreed on,” Peskov said, adding that it was too early to discuss such details.