KYIV (QHA) -

Another convoy of "humanitarian aid for the residents of Lugansk and Donetsk regions" has been dispatched from Russia Sept 14, reports the website of the Russian Emergencies Ministry. According to the report, the trucks departed Noginsk rescue center of the Emergency Situations Ministry in Rostov region.

On its way to Ukraine, the convoy is to be joined by the trucks from other regions. According to the press service of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, the convoy is to deliver more than 1200 tons of humanitarian cargo, including more than 750 tons of textbooks, as well as 500 tons of food.

Reminder: the convoys heading to the territory of the armed conflict in the Donbas, are neither controlled, nor searched by Ukraine. Earlier on, there was evidence on arms and ammunition transportation by the so-called "humanitarian convoys." Soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and volunteer battalions say intensified shelling of their positions on the part of separatists follows every "convoy" of that kind. In addition, according to the media and multiple observers’ messages, trucks deliver equipment of the Ukrainian enterprises in the Donbas to Russia

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