Today, February 10, 2023, a new batch of humanitarian aid from the Government of the Republic of Moldova was sent to Ukraine.
Nine large-tonnage trucks were transported to the city of Khmelnytskyi – medicines, basic necessities, mattresses, blankets, tents, etc. Humanitarian aid also included much-needed electrical equipment to restore Ukraine’s power system following Russian strikes on critical infrastructure in Ukraine. This is already the seventh batch of humanitarian aid sent by the Republic of Moldova since the beginning of the war.
Ambassador Valeriu Kiver, Honorary Consul Mykola Skrypkovskyi and head of the Khmelnytskyi Military Administration Serhii Gamalii took part in the ceremony of handing over humanitarian aid. During the meeting, there was an exchange of views on cooperation between the two states at the regional level and the need to expand it, especially in wartime conditions.
Ambassador Valeriu Kiver once again condemned the Russian aggression, and also confirmed the resolute support of the Republic of Moldova in preserving the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.
Honorary Consul Mykola Skrypkovskyi thanked the Republic of Moldova for its comprehensive support to Ukraine in such a difficult time.
Glory to Ukraine!
Glory to heroes!