Slovakia has sent humanitarian aid to Ukraine to fight the coronavirus
The Slovak Republic has provided humanitarian aid to Ukraine to fight the coronavirus for a total amount of around 190,000 euros, on May 26 it will go to Zaporozhye.
This was reported to Ukrinform at the Ukrainian Embassy in Slovakia.
“The total amount of humanitarian aid is around 190 thousand euros. It includes 200,000 masks, disinfectants and other materials for the fight against coronaviruses, “said the diplomatic mission.
The embassy said that humanitarian aid will arrive on May 26 in Zaporozhye and that the regional administration of Zaporizhzhya State will manage it.
In addition, on May 25, three Mercedes Benz Sprinter ambulances arrived in Kiev, whose certificates were officially handed over to the Ukrainian side in November 2019 during a working visit to Ukraine by the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajcak. The recipient of the ambulances is the international charitable association International Medical Care.
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According to the Slovak Ministry of Internal Affairs, this is the sixth batch of humanitarian aid provided to Ukraine in the past six years.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru