Ukraine has so far received humanitarian aid from 12 countries to overcome the consequences of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant explosion, and more cargo is on the way.
According to Yevropeiska Pravda, this was stated by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba during a "single marathon" broadcast.
Kuleba noted that 19 countries have already provided assistance. "Humanitarian aid has already arrived from 12 countries and will continue to arrive from the remaining seven. Plus, new countries we are working with will be added," the Foreign Minister said.
He elaborated that the aid includes more than 150 generators, more than 120 inflatable boats, which are in great demand for the evacuation of people and animals, 400 pumps and pumps, about half a million water purification tablets, fuel, drinking water, bags, and dry rations.
Kuleba added that international organizations, such as the Red Cross and the UN, have also started sending humanitarian aid to the residents of the right bank.
Author - Olena Madiak, 12/06/2023