The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations delivered another so-called "humanitarian aid" to the Donbas on Thursday, October 26.

Observers of the OSCE monitored the passage of convoy vehicles both to and from Ukrainian territory, according to the release of the OSCE mission that operates at the Russian checkpoint "Gukovo" and "Donetsk" on the uncontrolled section of the Russian-Ukrainian border.

"On 26 October at 06:55 the Observer Mission observed the arrival of a Russian convoy at the gate of the Donetsk Border Crossing Point,” reads the message.

A convoy consisted of 12 trucks marked as "humanitarian aid from the Russian Federation" and 5 supporting vehicles. It was led by a group of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia.

According to the information provided, Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations personnel opened tarpaulins of trucks, the border guards and customs officers conducted "visual observation from the outside." Three Ukrainian border guards as well as two customs officers, who were constantly accompanied by two armed men in camouflage, watched the process.

According to the OSCE reports, this convoy is considered to be the seventieth Russian convoy invading to Ukraine from the beginning of the conflict in Donbas.

Earlier, Russia announced the termination of "humanitarian aid" deliveries to the Donbas.

Reference: Command of the militants continues to conceal the losses of its manpower, therefore uses "convoy" to transport the bodies of the killed soldiers of the Russian Federation Armed Forces.