Slovakia has sent humanitarian aid in the form of three ambulances to Ukraine. This was stated by Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vasyl Bodnar who took part in the ceremony of receiving the humanitarian aid, the press service of Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry reports.
"Today, these cars will actually help in the fight on two fronts. The first front is the fight against the coronavirus. The second front is the fight against Russian aggression. Our Ukrainians who live on the line of contact are not alone. European countries, in this case - Slovakia, help and support them," the Deputy Foreign Minister said.
Bodnar thanked the Slovak government for this sign of solidarity and the extremely important gesture. Three Mercedes Benz Sprinter ambulances will be delivered to Luhansk region for the needs of Stanytsia Luhanska entry-exit checkpoint.
As we reported earlier, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) allocated an extra one million dollars to Ukraine for expenses tied with Covid-19 pandemic.