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“As of September 29, at least 4,035 people have been killed in eastern Ukraine and 9,336 have been injured,” the report said.
The Russian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday marked an improvement of the humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine. Artillery fire becoming less intense, refugees started returning back.
The humanitarian situation in the region is still of concern, however. On Wednesday, Russia's Foreign Ministry said Russia received information about critical social and economic situation in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, which are on brink of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Russia's fourth humanitarian aid convoy brough 1,000 tons of foodstuffs and construction materials to the conflict-hit Donetsk and Luhansk earlier. Presently, the convoy is returning back to Russia. Three previous convoys delivered 6,000 tons of cargoe to Donetsk and Luhansk.