Аlmost 280 tons of aid were provided by the Government of the Republic of Poland to Ukraine
On February 1, Polish rescuers delivered cargo to Kyiv, which Ukraine received from the Republic of Poland. Means on counteraction to coronavirus, also medical supplies - all this are passing to the State Emergency Service and will be used for the needs of the population throughout the country.
On this day, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Mary Akopyan and Acting Chairman of the SES Serhiy Kruk met with the Polish side on the territory of the 25th State Fire and Rescue Unit of the State Emergency Service in Kyiv city.
The Deputy Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs thanked the Government of Poland - a strategic partner of Ukraine, for its strong support and noted that this assistance is very important for civil protection in the face of the threats that exist today.
"All these signals for Ukrainian society are a sign of solidarity with Ukraine," said Mary Akopyan.
In turn, Serhiy Kruk also thanked the representatives of the Polish Fire and Rescue Service for the long history of cooperation between the structures and expressed hope for further joint work. The head of the chancellery of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland Michał Dworchyk said that this assistance is designed to support the citizens of Ukraine in the current crisis.
Remind that on the morning of January 31, rescuers from the State Emergency Service escorted a convoy of 29 trucks from the Dorogusk-Yagodyn checkpoint. This cargo was handed over by the Government of the Republic of Poland at the request of the Ukrainian side.