Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has formed 28th in a row "humanitarian" convoy for the Donbas, Joinfo.ua reports citing the press service of the Ministry.
"All the vehicles have passed the customs clearance at two border checkpoints "Donetsk" and "Matveyev Kurgan," successfully crossed the border and began to move in the direction of Donetsk and Luhansk," the National Center for Crisis Management of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of Russia reported.
Also, the Ministry added that the customs clearance was attended by the Ukrainian border guards and customs officers, as well as monitors of the OSCE mission.
"More than 100 vehicles carry for the Donbas residents more than 1,000 tons of relief supplies, food, including pasta, vegetable oil, semolina, wheat, rice, barley and buckwheat, as well as building materials for reconstruction works and medicine for medical facilities," the Ministry reported.
It should be recalled that Ukrainian border guards did not notice any pieces of weaponry in the 27th "humanitarian convoy".