Greece sends humanitarian aid to Ukraine, Moldova and Slovakia

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Greece sends humanitarian aid in Ukraine, as well as in neighboring countries, Moldova and Slovakia, following a request made through the European Civil Protection Mechanism. In particular, trucks will immediately leave for Ukraine, Moldova and Slovakia with medical supplies, medical equipment and items for hosting refugees.

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In detail, the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Protectionin cooperation with the Ministry of Health, will send to Ukraine sanitary material and medical equipment, while in Moldova and Slovakia items are sent to host refugees (tents, blankets, raincoats, etc.).

Also, according to the Athenian News Agency, the ministry is in constant contact with the Crisis Management Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum to provide any facility for the accommodation, in our country, of refugees from Ukraine, if the need arises.

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In addition, the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection is in constant contact with the relevant Directorate-General of the European Commission (DG ECHO), in order to respond immediately to any request through the European Mechanism for assistance, wherever and whenever required.

The Minister of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection, Christos Stylianidis, is also in constant contact with the responsible European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, for the optimal coordination of the actions of the ministry and the immediate response. . Finally, the minister is in constant contact with other European counterparts.

Paris sent 33 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Meanwhile, the French state has sent 33 tons of humanitarian aid to Poland to reach the Ukrainians as aid, Interior Minister Gerald Dharmaine said today, while more than 30 tons will be sent to Moldova earlier this week.

“We have already sent 33 tonnes of (humanitarian) material” to Poland, where thousands of Ukrainian refugees have taken refuge after Russia’s invasion of their country, the minister told France 2.

“These are ‘tents, medicine, food, anything that helps people get accepted under the best possible conditions,'” he added.

Two civilian planes “full of drugs”, according to the minister, will arrive in Poland tomorrow, Tuesday.

Source: News Beast

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