Russia Sent Tankers Disguised as Humanitarian Convoy to Donbas - OSCE

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Seven of 10 trucks of the Russian "humanitarian convoy" that entered Ukraine on Nov. 4 turned out to be petrol tankers.

This was announced by OSCE in their monitoring mission report of Nov. 4, Censor.NET reports citing Espreso.TV.

"On Nov. 4, at 8:25 a.m., the mission observed arrival of small Russian convoy at the border point "Donetsk." The convoy consisted of seven petrol tankers, one truck, a support vehicle, and an escort vehicle. The truck had a sign reading "Humanitarian aid from the Russian Federation," the report reads.

OSCE noted that Ukrainian officers who were present on the border point didn't participate in the convoy check up.

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It was reported earlier that 10 trucks of the sixth Russian "humanitarian convoy" arrived to Donetsk and Luhansk on Nov. 4.

Due to this, Ukraine's Foreign Ministry demands that Russia stops provocations with "humanitarian convoys."

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n310351