The Prime Minister’s Office and the Government Strategic Reserve Agency (GSRA) have sent humanitarian aid to Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhya.
Yesterday, 120 carriages or 1,500 tons of products arrived in Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhya by transport organized by the Prime Minister’s Office and the Government Strategic Reserve Agency. This is the largest humanitarian cargo that has been delivered to Ukraine to date.
The head of the Prime Minister’s Office Michal Dworczyk noted that 1,000 tons of products were sent to Zaporizhzhya and 500 tons – to Kharkiv. Among the food products the Polish side delivered canned food, pasta, butter, sugar, powdered milk to residents of Ukrainian cities.
Today we delivered with @RARS_GOV_PL the largest shipment with food from 🇵🇱 to 🇺🇦 – 1000 tons to Zaporizhzhya and 500 tons to Kharkiv. It’s hard to find words to express admiration for Governor Oleg Syniegubov, doctors and volunteers bringing aid to the needy in shelled Kharkiv!
Since the beginning of the war 73 humanitarian aid trains from Poland and other European countries have been sent to Ukraine. They mostly send medicines and foodstuffs.
It should be noted that the humanitarian aid sent to Ukrainians is the result of joint efforts and cooperation of enterprises, local authorities, public organizations and concerned citizens.
More details on the website: inpoland.net.pl