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Operation transparency for Russian aid convoy

Drivers of a Russian humanitarian convoy open the lorries at a field outside Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Russia on August 15, 2014Kamensk-Shakhtinsky (Russia) (AFP) – Two men lift the tarp of a Russian truck near the border with conflict-ridden Ukraine, showing the cargo to around 25 journalists with cameras and microphones in hand. “What a lot of journalists for sacks of sugar,” mutters the driver, Alexander, whose truck is one of 280 that Moscow says are loaded with humanitarian aid. Officials of Russia’s emergency ministry show the goods packed on 10 of the trucks to the journalists: cartons full of items such as baby formula, meal rations and bottled water. You see that we have nothing to hide — these trucks are carrying nothing but humanitarian aid,” said Sergei Karavaytsev, the ministry’s chief of international operations.

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