Sixteen trucks that are part of a massive Russian aid convoy for Ukraine left the parking lot in western Russia where the convoy has been waiting for days and headed in the direction of the Ukrainian border, Reuters news agency reported. The Russia column comprises about 280 trucks in total.
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