Last autumn, the Finnish humanitarian organization supplied clothes to Ukrainians in the country's conflict-torn southeast.
"We offered Ukrainians more aid that will consist of wearable clothing. But for some reason, the dialogue with the Ukrainian authorities has been mired in bureaucratic red tape," Loovi said.
Ukraine's southeast is facing a major humanitarian crisis after months of military clashes have left cities without food, drinking water and electricity.
Russia has been providing the region with a lifeline, supplying thousands of tons of humanitarian cargo to the affected provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk. Since August 2014, over a dozen convoys of Russian relief aid, carrying food, blankets, medicine, electric power generators and building materials have been delivered, to assist locals through the winter period.