A batch of humanitarian aid was provided by the Republic of Moldova to Ukraine for people in difficulty. Seven trucks with a load of about 90 tons were escorted by the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations in the neighboring country.
The humanitarian batch contains food, medicine, blankets, sleeping bags, mattresses, electrical stationery, hygiene products and rubber boots. The aid will reach people in Ukrainian cities who are suffering as a result of Russia’s war.
On the morning of February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine, the attack being preceded by a statement by the Russian president who told his compatriots that it was a “special operation” to “demilitarize and denazify” Ukraine. Since the start of Russia’s announced “special military operation”, several cities have been bombed in Ukraine and thousands have been evacuated from war-torn areas.