'Two 40-feet-long trailers loaded with humanitarian medical cargo departed from Denver, Colorado to Ukraine. All supplies will be directed to four medical institutions in Ukraine, specifically to children and military hospitals (...)', reads the message.
Two of these four institutions are located in Zhytomyr, northern Ukraine.
Sending the supplies to Ukraine, which are supposed to be used for treatment of the wounded veterans of Donbas conflict is foreseen by the Support Hospitals in Ukraine joint memorandum.
In April, the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) sent humanitarian aid to the uncontrolled territory of Donbas, as Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service reported. “Four trucks from ICRC were sent through Novotroitske entry-exit checkpoint to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine. The residents of Donbas will receive 73 tons of humanitarian aid, in particular, building materials and hygiene kits,” the report said.