"I have brought medicines, food, clothing and children's goods," Geubert noted, as cited by Donetsk News Agency. "In Germany there are many people that want to help the people of Novorossiya," the activist added.
The humanitarian added that some of the assistance has already been gratefully accepted by patients and workers at the Donetsk Republican Cancer Center, with 100 bags of goods now on route to be distributed to the residents of war-hit Debaltsevo, and to the refugees from Debaltsevo and Uglegorsk who are now living in hostels and dorms in the city of Donetsk.
Communities throughout the separatist regions have seen their civilian infrastructure heavily damaged following fighting between the Ukrainian military and local militia. The Ukrainian armed forces have been accused of shelling heavily populated areas of cities with artillery fire.