France provided 1,000 tons of humanitarian aid for Ukraine including ambulances, pontoons

France provided 1,000 tons of humanitarian aid for Ukraine including ambulances, pontoons

 

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France has provided 1000 tons of humanitarian aid for Ukraine that includes:

  • rescue vehicles;
  • ambulances;
  • medical equipment;
  • equipment for rescuers;
  • pontoon bridges over 200 meters long;
  • food.

That’s according to Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine. He also said that the humanitarian aid is already in the Romanian city of Suceava, in the process of crossing to Ukraine. It will be used in the recently liberated area to provide social services and establish river crossings.

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