"Another humanitarian aid convoy will be formed in the Rostov region, in the Donskoy rescue center of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, where the trucks from Noginsk will join the vehicles from other regions of Russia," the press-release read.
The cargo will include foodstuffs, medicine and daily necessities, according to the ministry.
Donbas is suffering from a humanitarian crisis amid a year-long armed conflict between the Kiev forces and local independence supporters.
Since November 2014, eastern Ukraine has also been under an economic blockade imposed by Kiev. The restrictions presupposed the withdrawal of all state-funded health, educational and social support from Donbas.
The latest aid delivery will be the 29th in a series of convoys sent by Russia to provide humanitarian relief to the self-proclaimed republics of Luhansk and Donetsk.
Overall, Russia has delivered over 36,000 metric tons of aid to the people of Donbas since mid-August.