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Russia parry over Russian aid convoy
Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Maxim Burbak said three convoys totaling 75 trucks were transporting 800 tons of humanitarian aid including grain, sugar and canned food from Kiev and the cities of Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk. Their eventual destination was Luhansk, Ralph Lauren Red Suede Shoes he said.
In a relatively subdued address, Putin said Russia's goal was "to stop bloodshed in Ukraine as soon as possible." Moscow should improve life in Ukraine "without building a wall from the West," he said, but asserted that Russia would "not allow anyone to treat us with arrogance."
Ukraine announced it was organizing its own aid shipment to the war wracked separatist region of Luhansk.
The paper said a column of 23 armored personnel carriers with Russian military plates crossed through a gap in barbed wire fence into Ukrainian territory. Ukraine and The West have long accused Russia of carrying out such incursions to help arm the rebels, claims that Moscow denies. It was impossible to independently verify the report.
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The Russian convoy set out Thursday morning from a military depot in the southern Russian city of Voronezh where it had been parked since late Tuesday. Moscow says the convoy has 262 vehicles, including about 200 trucks carrying aid.
ICRC spokeswoman Anastasia Isyuk said talks were continuing but she could not confirm where the Russian convoy was headed.
After a clumsy and ineffectual start, Ukraine's forces have taken back much of the territory once held by rebels.
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Russian and Ukrainian leaders to arrange three way consultations on ways to de escalate the crisis. Barroso's office said that details will be worked out through diplomatic channels.
"The plans keep changing, the discussions are going ahead and we will not confirm for sure until we know an agreement has been reached," Isyuk said in Geneva.
The white tarped trucks, some flying the red flag of Moscow and escorted by military vehicles, drove down a winding highway through sunflower fields and then turned west toward the rebel held border crossing of Izvaryne.
range from baby food and canned meat to portable generators and sleeping bags with the International Committee of the Red Cross.
As the circle around the separatists tightens, two of their top figures have resigned in the past week. On Thursday, the rebel Donetsk People's Republic said its defense minister Igor Girkin had resigned.
The town, Novosvitlivka, lies about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the border, so if the Russian trucks did enter the country, they potentially could unload somewhere other than city itself.
Both Girkin and former rebel prime minister Alexander Borodai, who was replaced last week, are Russians and both were replaced by Ukrainians. Those moves could indicate an attempt by the separatists to distance themselves from allegations by Kiev and the West that Russia supports or directs the insurgency, charges that Russia denies.
The Russian aid convoy had been parked at a military depot in the southern Russian city of Voronezh amid disagreement over how and where the aid could be delivered to eastern Ukraine.
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into rebel held territory.
The United States has warned Russia that it needs to secure Ukraine's permission for the convoy to enter. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Thursday.
The Ukrainian government threatened to use all means available to block the convoy if the Red Cross was not allowed to inspect the cargo. Such an inspection would ease concerns that Russia could use the aid shipment as cover for a military incursion in support of the separatists, who have come under growing pressure from government troops.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses members of Crimea's parliament during the meeting in Mria sanatorium about 30 km. (19 miles) from Yalta, Crimea, Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014. President Vladimir Putin, who was meeting with lawmakers in the Black Sea region of Crimea that Russia annexed from Ukraine in March, has not yet commented on the convoy but said that his country was doing "all we can to stop bloodshed in Ukraine as soon as possible." (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, pool)
Complicating the dispute over the dueling missions, Ukraine said Thursday it has gained control over a key town near Luhansk city, thereby giving it the means to block the presumed route that the Russian convoy would take to the city.
But about 28 kilometers (17 miles) from the border, the trucks pulled off and parked in a large field where dozens of beige tents had been set up. Drivers in matching khaki shorts and shirts piled out and appeared to be stopping for the night.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, meanwhile, addressed hundreds of lawmakers Thursday in the Black Sea resort of Yalta in Crimea, which was annexed by Russia from Ukraine in March. He did not speak specifically about the convoy.
While the disputed aid convoy stopped short of the border, The Guardian newspaper reported seeing a separate convoy of Russian military vehicles crossing into Ukraine late Thursday.
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