Ukraine emergency: 13 fire trucks and ambulances from France
Ukraine emergency: 13 fire trucks and ambulances with 120 tonnes of humanitarian aid left France for the country attacked by Russia
The total cost of the equipment transferred from France to Ukraine is €2.7 million
Today, 10 May, the third convoy of 13 fire trucks and ambulances with 120 tonnes of humanitarian cargo left France.
This was reported by the Embassy of Ukraine in France
This took place in the presence of French Prime Minister Jean Castex, French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, Ambassador of France to Ukraine Etienne de Poncins and Ambassador of Ukraine to France Vadym Omelchenko.
The cargo includes first aid kits, dry solder, radiological equipment, search and rescue equipment, mask filters, CBRN personal protective equipment, fire hoses, foaming agent and gun barrels.
The total cost of the transferred equipment, as mentioned, is EUR 2.7 million.
In the past two months, the French government has donated 85 ambulances, fire brigade and rescue vehicles and almost 1,000 tonnes of humanitarian aid for a total of EUR 20.3 million.
It will be recalled that French President Emmanuel Macron declared at an international donor conference that the country will increase its financial assistance to Ukraine to USD 2 billion.
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