OSCE transferred to Ukraine the modern equipment for demining Donbass
The transfer includes protective equipment, communication equipment and medical kits
OSCE has transferred the first part of the modern military equipment to Ukraine in the framework of the project "Assistance to the Government of Ukraine in the clean-up of the Eastern Ukraine from remnants of war", reports Ukrinform.
“Using the equipment transferred as part of this project will allow us, first and foremost, to ensure the efficient operation of our looted by terrorists pyrotechnic units that are stationed in the territory of Lugansk and Donetsk regions ", - said Chairman of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine Mykola Chechotkin.
In particular, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine noted that OSCE has transferred to Ukraine the first part of the modern equipment: global positioning systems, computers, LCD monitors, protective equipment (bullet proof vests, Kevlar helmets), communication equipment (portable radios, car radios), medical kits. The total value of the transferred equipment is about 40 million euros.
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