The first Russian convoy with humanitarian aid for Ukraine is expected to arrive at the border. It left from near Moscow on Tuesday.
The convoy includes;
- 280 lorries carrying 2,000 tonnes of humanitarian cargo
- 400 tonnes of cereal
- 100 tonnes of sugar
- 62 tonnes of baby food
- 54 tonnes of medical products
- 12,000 sleeping bags
- 69 electric power generators
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