The Embassy of Ukraine in Belgium and Luxembourg said this in a post on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.
"Another batch of humanitarian aid is headed to Ukraine from Luxembourg, namely 14 armored ambulances produced by the British company Venari. The vehicles will be sent to the front line in the near future," the post said.
The ambulances will help save the lives of Ukrainian defenders on the front lines, as well as civilians who constantly fall victim to barbaric Russian shelling.
The embassy said the move is part of the initiative of the Community of Ukrainians in Luxembourg LUkraine asbl "Ukraine is calling." Its goal is to raise EUR 10 million for the purchase of 112 ambulances and fire trucks.
The embassy expressed its gratitude to the Directorate of Defense of Luxembourg, in particular to Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense François Bausch, Chief of Defense Steve Thull, Deputy Chairman of the Venari Group Oliver North, and the LUkraine team.