War in Ukraine: 15 more ambulances arrive in Bukovina from Italy

Italy in solidarity / 15 more rescue vehicles: this is exactly how many ambulances the Italian government has delivered to Ukraine

Ambulances from Italy have already crossed the border and arrived in Bukovina (Ukraine)

This was reported by the press service of the Chernivtsi OVA.

The ambulances are equipped with all the necessary equipment for first aid, including ventilators and patient monitors.

The philanthropists have also provided medicines and a full tank of fuel.

The ambulances will be delivered to the regions that need them.

We would like to remind you that the Italian government has previously transferred 8 “ambulances” to Ukraine, which have been delivered to the regions where active hostilities are taking place.

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