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MOSCOW, September 11. /ITAR-TASS/. No agreement has been made yet on the dates when Russia’s humanitarian aid convoy could start moving to Ukraine’s south-east, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry told a briefing on Thursday.
“We are set to send to Luhansk a next humanitarian aid convoy carrying food stuffs, medications and clothing,” Alexander Lukashevich said.
“Ukraine’s border guard service is in charge of the delivery while the Red Cross will distribute the relief aid on the ground,” the diplomat said. “We used a similar scheme with the first convoy.” “Although, not everything came out as we planned,” he said.
“Modality of the humanitarian aid delivery is being coordinated,” he said. “We expect this process not be lengthy and drawn-out."