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UNITED24 has launched a campaign to gather 10,000 kamikaze drones for the Ukrainian Armed Forces

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UNITED24 has launched a campaign to gather 10,000 kamikaze drones for the Ukrainian Armed Forces

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The "Come Back Alive" Fund for Competent Army Assistance, the fundraising platform UNITED24, and monobank have launched the "Unity Operation" project. Its goal is to provide the Ukrainian military with 10,000 FPV drones with a combat package worth UAH 235 million.

"This war is a battle of technologies. Starlings, naval drones, situational awareness systems, UAVs - all of this changes the situation on the battlefield. The significance of simple and affordable kamikaze drones cannot be underestimated. So, we are pleased to announce a campaign that emphasizes the importance of unity. The 'Unity Operation' is a good example of a joint initiative by major fundraising players for a common goal. We are confident that dozens of Ukrainian companies and hundreds of thousands of donors from around the world will join us," says Vice Prime Minister for Innovation, Development of Education, Science, and Technology of Ukraine - Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov.

Ten thousand FPV drones with a value of UAH 178 million will be purchased abroad, and in Ukraine, they will be equipped with combat components totaling UAH 57 million. The purchase of kamikaze drones, as well as their delivery to the military, will be carried out by the "Return Alive" fund.

"The 'Unity Operation' is our response to one of the most frequent requests from the military today - strike drones. Together with the fundraising platform UNITED24 and monobank, we will not only acquire 10,000 FPV drones, but all of them will have a combat component - thermobaric and cumulative-fragmentation munitions. Such kamikaze drones have proven effective on the battlefield, destroying dozens of enemy armored vehicles and eliminating hundreds of occupants from their fortifications," comments Taras Chmut, Director of the "Come Back Alive" Fund for Competent Army Assistance.

Among all those who contribute to the kamikaze drones, the project organizers are conducting special prize drawings. Prizes include, for example, a combat flag raised in the recently liberated village of Pyatykhatky in Zaporizhzhia, a meeting with UNITED24 ambassadors, 100 platinum mono cards, five of which contain UAH 100,000 each, and more.

"Since the start of the full-scale war, more than 25 billion hryvnias have been raised for charity through mono banks. At the same time, we see how much harder it has become for both donors and funds that help Ukraine during this large-scale war. Therefore, we are not only uniting efforts but also adding prizes to the collection that will strengthen it and become our way of saying thank you to all those who continue to support the Ukrainian army," says Oleg Gorokhovsky, co-founder of monobank.

Make Donation: https://savelife.in.ua/operatsiya-yednist/ ,

The Odessa Journal
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