Ukraine, the President of the Italian Red Cross will visit Kiev next week
Kiev, in the programme of the visit of the CRI President Meetings with the Ukrainian Red Cross and project for the construction of housing modules for internally displaced people
The President of the Italian Red Cross, Rosario Valastro, together with a delegation of the Emergency and Relief Area of the CRI, will be in Ukraine next week on a mission to meet the Ukrainian Red Cross to take stock of the aid projects launched such as mobile clinics, the sending of basic necessities, the activity of welcoming Ukrainians in Italy and to coordinate together the forthcoming CRI project to build 120 housing modules for internally displaced persons, 40 in Žytomyr and 80 in Andriivka.
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The mission of the Italian Red Cross will touch various locations in Ukraine before arriving in Kiev
“The housing module construction project is part of the humanitarian aid actions implemented by the CRI towards Ukraine, also thanks to donations received.
A tender, which will be published on the Consip portal, is starting in these days, which will then see the awarding of the tender and the subsequent implementation of the housing,” says Rosario Valastro, President of the Italian Red Cross.
“The mission to Ukraine will also be a way to personally bring to the Ukrainian Red Cross Volunteers our solidarity and our thanks for what they have been doing for over a year, in extremely difficult conditions, in support of their communities, and to share the general picture of the activities supporting the Consip in operations, including logistical ones, in response to the emergency in progress,” Valastro concludes.
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