Another convoy of about 250 trucks filled with 2,000 tons of humanitarian aid, crossed the border into Ukraine on Saturday, a source of Russian media informed.
The Russian emergency ministry, which oversaw a previous humanitarian aid delivery to Ukraine, could not be reached for comment. The Moscow office of the International Red Cross said it had not been informed about the new convoy. According to the source, the replenished stocks were expected to last them about 20 days.
Recall, the first convoy of 280 trucks, carrying Russian humanitarian aid, was sent to eastern Ukraine in late August and entered the country through a checkpoint, controlled by independence forces after spending more than a week waiting at the border.