OSCE records military vehicles in Russia’s ‘humanitarian convoy’ sent to Donbas

The Ukrainian representatives of the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination in the Donbas (JCCC) reported that military vehicles were recorded in the Russian “humanitarian aid convoys” moving in the territory which is not controlled by Ukraine in the Donetsk region, the command of Joint Forces Operation reports on Facebook.

The observers of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) sent information to the JCCC that a convoy of 45 trucks with Russian license plates and “Humanitarian Aid” signs arrived in the territories of the Donbas which are not under Ukraine’s control.

“They were moving towards west, not far from Makiivka. There were ten military trucks in this convoy,” noted in the JCCC.

Russia already sent 81 "humanitarian convoys" to the territories which are not controlled by Ukraine. In the last convoy, according to the Russia’s statement, there were medical items and children's food packages.

The U.S. Chargé d'Affaires in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Harry Kamian, stated that Russia is masking military supplies deliveries to the Donbas using the so-called "humanitarian aid convoys".

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