More than 1,000 tons of aid were sent to Ukraine by France — Office of the President of Ukraine
More than 1,000 tons of aid from France have already arrived in Suceava, Romania; the shipment is currently being transported to Ukraine, as reported by Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine.
He claimed that “we received fire and rescue vehicles, ambulances that allow to conduct medical examinations in the field, medical equipment, equipment for rescuers, and food.”
“Additionally, Ukraine received 200-meter-long pontoon bridges. This will enable us to rebuild civil infrastructure, ensure communication, and provide transportation, especially in the de-occupied zones,” added Tymoshenko.
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