Preparation of the next column with humanitarian aid for the residents of Donbas will End for several days, said the head EMERCOM of Russia Vladimir Puchkov.
"for several days We will complete the next, already the thirtieth, of a humanitarian convoy. Will be delivered food, Lekarstva and medical supplies and all that it is necessary to restore a minimal social infrastructure, " he said.
EMERCOM of Russia since August of last year had already arrived in Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine more than 37 tonnes of relief supplies." Before the New year We brought in the disaster area presents for the children Before the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the great Patriotic war sent together with public organizations of the convoy to provide targeted support to veterans who live within the Donetsk and Luhansk regions ".
"Our position is unchanged: we must abide by all Minsk consensus," explained Vladimir Puchkov. Paragraph 7 of these arrangements governing the provision of humanitarian assistance to the people who were in trouble, " must be fulfilled ".
"This is an internal conflict of Ukraine and citizens of Ukraine within the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, unfortunately, do not receive any social assistance and support from the official authorities ", - said the Minister.
The Ministry of emergency situations of Russia, public organizations help needy people." The priority of our work - the elderly, children, large families, - noticed the head EMERCOM.- We plan to continue this work in cooperation with international organizations and with colleagues from Ukraine ".
the journalist Last news Faith Kostamo drove together to a column of trucks carrying humanitarian aid to the South-East of Ukraine, and talked with rescuers.
Sergey Korpela, senior groups, rescue driver: "We admire their work, that can help. See that citizens are not abandoned, not alone, understand how they need us. The most difficult trip to the South-East of Ukraine - the first and the second. It was very hard psychologically. Devastation, tears, and all This so close."