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MOSCOW, 4 March. /TASS/. Russia’s Emergencies Ministry relief aid convoy has arrived in Donetsk in east Ukraine, a deputy head of the ministry’s National Center for Crisis Management said on Wednesday.
"More than 80 trucks have delivered foodstuffs and daily necessities to Donetsk," Oleg Voronov said, adding that relief cargoes were being discharged at the moment.
Earlier on Wednesday another convoy delivered aid to Luhansk. Over 1,800 tons of aid was delivered to Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions on Wednesday.
It's the 17th Russian Emergencies Ministry’s convoy for Donbas. Since mid-August, the ministry has delivered to Ukraine’s war-ravaged south-east more than 22,000 tons of relief supplies.