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MOSCOW, March 19. /TASS/. Russian Emergencies Ministry’s convoy has delivered humanitarian aid to Luhansk, the ministry’s center on crisis situations told TASS on Thursday.
"Trucks delivered materials for everyday life, food, medicaments, necessities, building materials for restoring the damaged facilities, educational literature and sports equipment for universities and schools," a center’s spokesman said.
The trucks are being unloaded at storehouses.
Another convoy is on its way to Donetsk. In total, more than 1,900 tons of humanitarian aid will be delivered to eastern Ukraine today.
For the first time, Russia’s Red Cross sent its vehicles with food and medicine with the Emergencies Ministry’s convoy.
Since August 2014, more than 25 tons of humanitarian aid has been delivered to Donbas from Russia.