Russia has been sending aid convoys to the war-torn regions since August.
A total of six convoys have been sent to eastern Ukraine, bringing food, medicine, drinking water, power generators, fuel and warm clothes for residents of the war-torn regions to replenish their stocks ahead of the coming winter.
Formed at the request of Donetsk and Luhansk authorities, it is the seventh one that Russia has sent to Donbas.
The Russian convoy consists of more than 70 trucks that have delivered over 450 metric tons of humanitarian aid including the electric equipment, spare parts and building materials to the cities of Donetsk and Luhansk.
This is the second group from the seventh Russian humanitarian convoy that was split into two parts, with about 50 of the trucks delivering aid to Ukraine's Donetsk region and about 20 trucks heading for the Luhansk region.
Trucks, carrying Russian humanitarian aid, have arrived in Luhansk. On Saturday, Russia's Emergencies Ministry announced that a convoy of over 70 trucks has been formed in the country's Rostov Region.
Russian humanitarian convoy, carrying aid to residents of Donbas (Southeastern Ukraine), are crossing the Ukrainian border. The convoy split into two parts, with about 50 trucks delivering humanitarian aid to the Luhansk region and 20 trucks heading to the Donetsk region.
The seventh Russian humanitarian aid convoy with foodstuffs and building materials is to arrive in eastern Ukraine on Sunday morning.
Russian Emergency Ministry trucks have arrived in the Rostov region to join the country’s seventh humanitarian convoy to Donbass. The convoy will consist of 82 trucks loaded with 625 tons of aid.
The press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry announced Friday that the seventh Russian humanitarian aid convoy for eastern Ukraine is ready.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich stated that new Russian humanitarian aid convoy is scheduled to leave for eastern Ukraine on November 14.
Russian Deputy Emergencies Minister Vladimir Stepanov announced Wednesday that the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations is going to send a new, seventh, humanitarian aid convoy to Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk.
According to Russia's Emergencies Ministry, the country is in the process of collecting humanitarian aid to form another convoy for eastern Ukraine.
Russia will send a new batch of humanitarian aid to eastern Ukraine.
Russia to Decide Within Hours to Send New Humanitarian Convoy to East Ukraine: Minister
Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council spokesperson Andriy Lysenko said that Russia had violated international law, because Ukraine didn't know the cargo content of humanitarian convoy.