Russia plans to send another humanitarian convoy to southeastern Ukraine in early 2015

Russia will send another humanitarian convoy to southeastern Ukraine in the early 2015, Russian Emergency Situations Ministry chief Vladimir Puchkov said.

Russia will send another humanitarian convoy to southeastern Ukraine in the early 2015, Russian Emergency Situations Ministry chief Vladimir Puchkov said.

"We plan the sending of another convoy at the beginning of next year. We work in close contact with our colleagues in putting humanitarian cargo together," Puchkov said at a press conference on Friday.

He made it clear that the convoy would be sent to Ukraine before January 10, 2015.

The Emergency Situations Ministry is preparing the cargo together with the Foreign Ministry and "is coordinating all issues with our Ukrainian partners, OSCE structures, and the International Committee of the Red Cross," he added.

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