Eight trucks with humanitarian assistance from the charity organization Man in Need and 28 trucks from the International Committee of the Red Cross arrived to the Donbas through the checkpoint Novotroitske, the press service of the State Border Service of Ukraine reported.

The press service further noted that eight trucks that were traveling along the route Slaviansk-Donetsk, brought construction materials and equipment for water supply.  

“Another 28 trucks from Kyiv with 45 tons of hygiene kits, grocery sets with a total weight of 286 tons, building materials with a total weight of 96 tons, 60 tons of aluminum sulfate, medical supplies and bed linen from the International Committee of the Red Cross crossed the line of demarcation in the entry and exit checkpoin and headed to Donetsk,”  the message says.

QHA reported that the WFP (World Food Program) is stopping food aid supplies in the Donbas. Since the beginning of the program in Ukraine from November 2014 to June 2017, WFP has provided food assistance to 970,000 people who were more vulnerable and had the most food problems in the conflict-affected regions of Donetsk and Luhansk regions