Russian relief aid delivered to Luhansk

In Luhansk like in Donetsk several storehouses have been prepared for receiving the aid: fuel, construction materials and food.

A convoy of the Russian Emergency Situations' Ministry has delivered relief aid to Luhansk, deputy chief of the ministry's National Center for Crisis Management Oleg Voronov told reporters Sunday morning.

"Over 50 trucks safely reached Luhansk. They delivered over 500 tonnes of relief aid," he said.

In Luhansk like in Donetsk several storehouses have been prepared for receiving the aid: fuel, construction materials and food.

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