#AceWorldNews – UKRAINE – September 20 – The third convoy of Russian humanitarian aid for eastern Ukraine has arrived in the war-torn city of Donetsk, reported Itar Tass.
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The convoy of around 200 vehicles is carrying some 2,000 tons of cereals, canned food, generators, medicine, warm clothes, and bottled water.
Russia said it offered the Ukrainian border guards to check the vehicles on the border on several occasions, but they declined without citing any particular reason.
On September 13 and on August 22 Russia delivered humanitarian aid to the city of Lugansk in eastern Ukraine.
On both occasions Kiev refused to clear the cargoes and accused Russia of invading Ukraine.
The Russian humanitarian convoy crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border early hours of Saturday and in two and a half hours arrived in Donetsk.
There were no incidents en route.
As the trucks are unloaded, they will head back for Russia.
#AceFoodNews – ALEPPO – After the army units secured the international highway of Aleppo and opened Aleppo-Khanaser road where they eliminated scores of terrorists who attempted to cut off the road, more convoys of humanitarian aid were delivered to the city on Sunday.
Governor of Aleppo Mohammad Wahid Akkad told SANA that the convoys included 200 trucks loaded with food, vegetables, fruits and other humanitarian supplies.
He added that passenger vehicles have started to arrive in the province since morning.
The governor said oil stations will resume work starting off tomorrow and many areas have been resupplied with water, assuring that the problem of electricity shortages will soon be solved.
Sana. B. Mousa/ H. Said in Report.
#AceWorldNews says Four Syrian Arab Red Crescent workers were wounded in “terrorist gunfire” as a convoy with humanitarian aid entered the Old City of Homs, state-run Syrian Arab News Agency reported, citing Governor Talal al-Barazi.
He accused an “armed terrorist group” of violating the ceasefire in the Old City as they fired mortar shells on the police command building. The three-day ceasefire was imposed on Friday.
The UN is trying to deliver food, water, and medicine supplies by truck to some 3,000 civilians in rebel-held areas.