A convoy of almost 300 trucks is heading to Ukraine's border to deliver aid.
The Russian aid convoy left Moscow on Tuesday. When it reaches the border Russian authorities say it will meet with border guards and Red Cross personnel in order to continue on its way to the Lugansk and Donetsk regions in Ukraine.
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