EU donates 25 ambulances to local hospitals in Ukraine
July 4, 2022

EU donates 25 ambulances to local hospitals in Ukraine

On 1 July, 25 new EU-funded ambulances arrived in Lviv, Ukraine, from Poland, to be delivered from Lviv to the most needy municipalities. This donation will support local hospitals during the war.

The ambulances were donated by Solidarity Fund Poland.

The ambulances are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and have advanced medical capabilities to provide much-needed medical care and save lives in difficult and dangerous conditions. Regional hospital medics will also receive a video instruction with all the necessary technical information translated into Ukrainian.

The ugly truth of Russia’s illegal invasion is that ambulances have become military targets. This is why we are reinforcing the fleet of vehicles that will help save lives,” said Maciej Popowski, acting Director General for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations.

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