Ukrainian officials have confirmed that conditions for receiving Russian aid in the east of the country have been set.
Security council spokesman Andriy Lysenko said a huge convoy of food and medicine should pass through a government-controlled border post and be accompanied by Red Cross officials.
There are Western concerns that Russia is using humanitarian assistance as a pretext to invade eastern Ukraine.
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