In Dnipropetrovsk, in the presence of representatives of the German Organization for International Cooperation the first 5 trucks of humanitarian aid from the government of Germany are unloaded.
Spokesman of NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko told a briefing.
"Rescuers in the presence of German colleagues, opened the seals on the trucks, and only then a process of receiving the goods began," he said.
According to Lysenko, humanitarian aid delivered October 23 to Dnipropetrovsk for internally displaced persons contains essential goods, everything for homes, especially children's and adult mattresses, refrigerators, washing machines, sleeping bags, furniture, water tanks, etc.
In general, Dnipropetrovsk will receive 10 trucks of humanitarian aid from the German government weighing about 200 tonnes.
Earlier, the German convoy of 16 trucks was already delivered to Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhia - eight trucks.