The United Arab Emirates has handed over another 1,300 generators to Ukraine, the second part of the 2,500 generators it has pledged to provide as humanitarian aid.
This is what Ukraine’s ambassador to the UAE, Dmytro Senik, said in an interview with Ukrinform.
“The implementation of this humanitarian project of great importance to the Ukrainian people was made possible thanks to the implementation of the agreement reached between the President of Ukraine and the President of the UAE. Ukraine expresses its sincere gratitude to the leadership and people of the UAE for its effectiveness and effectiveness. To the people who are going through history critical aid to Ukrainians during one of the toughest winters in the world as Russia has committed blatant genocide against Ukrainians and deliberately damaged Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. The generators provided will help keep Ukrainian homes warm and lit during the war Winter,” the ambassador said.
The plane carrying a second batch of household generators arrived in Warsaw on Friday. The first batch of 1,200 generators was shipped to Poland and then further to Ukraine on 24 December.
According to reports, in early December, the United Arab Emirates announced that it would provide Ukraine with 2,500 generators with a capacity of 3.5 to 8 kilowatts. This was done within $100 million in humanitarian aid, which the UAE distributes to civilians affected by the war in Ukraine.
The generators will be handed over to healthcare and education facilities and critical infrastructure in areas affected by Russian aggression (Kherson, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye, Odessa and Kyiv regions).