National Guard delivers large batch of Dutch humanitarian aid to Kherson

National Guard delivers large batch of Dutch humanitarian aid to Kherson

Soldiers of the National Guard of Ukraine delivered 10 tonnes of humanitarian aid from Dutch benefactors to Kherson.

"The humanitarian cargo from the Christian charity foundation of the Netherlands, consisting of approximately 10 tonnes of various products – clothes, food products, gift sets for children and residents of the city – was delivered," the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reports.

According to Halyna Luhova, Head of the Kherson City Military-Civilian Administration, humanitarian goods are brought to Kherson from different countries of the world, helping the residents of the city which comes under Russian fire daily.

"The volunteer movement is incredible. There is also medical assistance, food, and hygiene kits. Many generators arrive, we are now equipping shelters. Candles, flashlights, warm clothes, blankets, drinking water – we need all of this very much, we receive help," Luhova said.

Representatives of the National Guard delivered a similar humanitarian cargo to the communities in Mykolaiv region.



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