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“The dates have not been set yet. It is a matter of inter-state cooperation,” Artamonov said, adding that the convoy was practically ready to leave. “While the previous three delivered mostly everyday essentials for the population in Ukraine’s south-east, the fourth may bring building materials and everything necessary for infrastructure repairs.”
Artamonov said preparations for the winter season were well underway.
So far Russia has dispatched three humanitarian convoy to Ukraine’s east. The first consignment of cargoes totalling 2,000 tonnes was delivered to Luhansk on August 22. Another two totalling 4,000 tonnes arrived in Ukraine on September 13 and 21. They delivered foods, power generators, medicines, warm clothes and drinking water.