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Every day our transports with humanitarian aid reach Ukraine

On April 11, the necessary medical supplies, medicaments and electrocardiogram and ultrasound machines were delivered to the children's hospital No. 9 in Kyiv. Furthermore, in recent days, more transports of medical and humanitarian aid provided by the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) were sent to Ukraine.

 

Two shipments were delivered to Lviv, where currently our main Ukraine-based warehouse is located. The cargo included i.a. medicaments and sanitary equipment. In Kharkiv, people in need received diapers and baby food. Our transports also reach the PCPM evacuation centre near Kremenchuk in the central part of the war-torn country. We also supplied a hospital in Zhytomyr with medical equipment and drugs.

In addition to providing humanitarian aid, we also organize evacuations from Ukraine to Poland. On Thursday night, a bus from Kremenchuk arrived at our refugee transit centre in Warsaw. Among approximately 50 refugees from Kharkiv and Dnipro there were elderly and people with disabilities. Some of the evacuees will go further to the West, i.a. Switzerland and Portugal.