UN delivers 28 tonnes of humanitarian aid to eastern Ukraine

MENA , Tuesday 28 Dec 2021

More than 28 tonnes of humanitarian aid from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner were delivered to the temporarily occupied territory through the entry-exit checkpoint “Shchastia”, Ukrinform reported.

UN aids to Ukraine
Today, through the Shchastya checkpoint, over 28 tons of humanitarian supplies from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner have been delivered to Donetsk region, Photo courtesy of the State Border Service of Ukraine.

"The trucks were transporting construction materials, medical supplies, and computer equipment," the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine informed.

"Humanitarian cargo is an indispensable aid that provides support to the civilian population affected by the armed aggression," the Service said.

As noted, the movement along the road corridor through entry-exit checkpoint “Shchastia” for citizens, who intend to cross the contact line, remains blocked by the occupiers.

As reported, humanitarian aid from Latvia – seasonal clothes for adults and children, shoes and medical supplies – was recently delivered to Donetsk region.

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