The controversial humanitarian aid convoy has delivered to its destination in eastern Ukraine, the Russian foreign ministry has announced.
The Ukraine government had not given permission for the trucks to enter the country and their arrival provoked international condemnation.
Russian officials said they intended to continue cooperating with the International Committee of the Red Cross on aid to eastern Ukraine.
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