The Prince of Bavaria personally brought humanitarian aid to Mykolaiv

Photo: Oleksandr Gordienko/Mykolaiv Suspilne

In Mykolaiv, humanitarian assistance was provided to employees of the international airport, which Russian troops defeated in the spring. The cargo was brought on September 16 from Germany and Romania. The packages were handed over personally by the Prince of Bavaria, who initiated the collection of money.

It is reported by Suspіlne.

Water filters, food, personal care products, and life support bags. In such bags, there are: flashlights, power banks, radios – all of this is charged either from the mains, or using mechanisms on the devices themselves, rotating a self-charging device. There are also mini-oven and first-aid kits. All this, according to volunteers, is a matter of prime necessity in a war.

“We decided to come to Mykolaiv because Bavaria has a lot of relations with this region. After all, we must be where it is most needed. That is why we are here,” – said Prince Ludwig of Bavaria.

This cargo results from cooperation between volunteers from Germany, Romania, and several Ukrainian cities. Two trucks were unstuffed in front of the airport building, and humanitarian kits were issued to airport employees according to the lists after checking the documents. This cargo cost almost one hundred thousand euros, considering that the companies from which they purchased the items made a 50 % discount.

The remaining packages will be given to charitable organizations, which will distribute them among the people they care for.

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