Czech MFA allocates funds for purchase of protective equipment for hospitals in eastern Ukraine

Czech MFA allocates funds for purchase of protective equipment for hospitals in eastern Ukraine

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic has allocated funds for the purchase of personal protective equipment and other necessary equipment for hospitals in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

This was reported by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine on Facebook.

“The Czech Foreign Ministry has allocated new funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine! Today, Ambassador Radek Matula signed an agreement with the NGO Initiative E+ on the implementation of the project "Challenge 2021: Donbas recovery"," the statement reads.

The organization will help hospitals in Donetsk and Luhansk regions to combat the COVID-19 epidemic through the purchase of PPE and other necessary equipment.

At the same time, another part of the funds will be spent for the organization of summer camps for children affected by the war.

"Last year, due to the pandemic, it was impossible to organize the camps, and we sincerely hope that this year the camps will take place and the children will be able to get the long-awaited rest and rehabilitation," the embassy noted.

As Ukrinform reported, in May the Czech Republic provided Ukraine with humanitarian aid consisting of face masks and COVID-19 test kits.


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