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    Russian Convoy Trucks Back to Rostov Region After Delivering Aid to Luhansk

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    Russian humanitarian aid was delivered to Luhansk by 20 trucks, while another 55 trucks are still being unloaded in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk.

    MAKEYEVKA, November 16 (Sputnik) — All trucks from the Russian humanitarian convoy that has delivered aid to Ukraine's southeastern region of Luhansk have crossed the border with Ukraine and entered Russia's Rostov Region, Russian Emergencies Ministry said Sunday.

    "The Luhansk part [of the Russian humanitarian convoy] is back," said the deputy head of the crisis management center with the Russian Emergencies Ministry, Oleg Voronov.

    Russian humanitarian aid was delivered to Luhansk by 20 trucks. Another 55 trucks from the Russian humanitarian convoy are still being unloaded in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk.

    The convoy of over 70 trucks, formed at the request of Donetsk and Luhanks authorities is the seventh Russia has sent to Donbas.

    According to the Russian Emergencies Ministry from August 23 and until November 4 Russia has delivered more than 8,000 tons of humanitarian cargo to the conflict-ridden regions of southeastern Ukraine, bringing food, water, power generators, medication, warm clothes and winter supplies for the residents of Donetsk and Luhansk.

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