‘LPR’ terrorists admitted that another Putin’s ‘humanitarian’ convoy contained vehicle spare parts

The militants have admitted that Russian ‘humanitarian’ convoy, invaded Ukraine on May 14, contained vehicle spare parts.

On May 14 , the Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) observed a convoy of 39 trucks, with Russian Federation license plates, and with the inscription "Humanitarian aid from the Russian Federation". The trucks entered Luhansk city proceeding from the direction of the Russian Federation. An 'LPR' interlocutor at one of the warehouses told SMM that the humanitarian aid shipment contained flour, wheat, sunflower oil, and cereals. However, the SMM was unable to verify this information.

Censor.NET reports citing Radio Svoboda.

At the same time, "three of the 39 trucks were sent to the 'LPR ministry of emergency and reconstruction'. An interlocutor, responsible for the warehouse, said that they contained vehicle spare parts," the OSCE representative confirmed.

Ukrainian border guards were not allowed to verify the contents of the 26th illegal Putin's 'humanitarian convoy'.

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