Russia has compiled the 34th in a row humanitarian convoy for the occupied areas of the Donetsk region, the Russian media inform with reference to the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations, Joinfo.ua reports.
It is planned that the convoy will leave the Don rescue center in the Rostov region in the morning of July 30.
“The convoy is delivering a total of more than 100 vehicles loaded with humanitarian aid with a total weight of over 1,000 tons,” the report says.
Among the goods are canned goods, cereals, pasta, flour, tea, butter, as well as medicines for the general purpose for medical institutions of the Donbas. The humanitarian cargo was collected from various regions of Russia, mostly from non-governmental organizations and trade unions.
“Before the loading there was carried out a mandatory technical inspection of vehicles, refueling, and replacement of consumables. Drivers are instructed and ready to go,” the statement reads.
Earlier we reported that the Russian Federation had sent a humanitarian convoy with school supplies collected as part of the action ‘Day of Knowledge to Novorossia!”. The vehicles were allegedly delivering school supplies for schoolchildren in the Donetsk region.