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Romania decides to send second batch of aid to Ukraine. Iohannis: Additional military and humanitarian support to be sent to Ukraine

The Government decided to send on Sunday, in Ukraine, a second batch of aid – fuel, bulletproof vests, helmets, ammunition and military equipment, food, water and medicine, with a total value of 3 million Euro, the Government spokesman, Dan Carbunaru, announced.

Furthermore, the Government announced its availability to take on injured Ukrainians in Romania’s health network.

“The Task-force session is in full swing. (…) Romania’s Government decided that after the first batch of aid reached Ukraine, which consisted of medicine and sanitary equipment donated by our country, today it will send a second batch of aid, with a total value of 3 million Euro, which consists of fuel, bulletproof vests, helmets, ammunition and military equipment, food, water and medicine. Romania’s Government announces its availability to take on injured Ukrainians in hospitals within the military and civilian network in our country,” Carbunaru declared, at Victoria Palace.

 

Platform opened by Government has already centralized 1,269 support offers for Ukraine

 

Over 1,260 offers for support for Ukraine have been centralized until Sunday morning, on the Government’s open platform, the Executive spokesman, Dan Carbunaru, said.

“Until this time, on the platform announced Yesterday by the Romanian Government and which is managed by the chancellery of PM Nicolae Ciuca “Together we help more”, until 06:00 in the morning, there were already 1,269 offers of support from the civil society, economic agencies, other volunteer categories, which consist in food, water, medicine, lodging, transportation, other forms of support, which will already be distributed in accordance with the existing needs towards the situation in Ukraine,” Carbunaru said, at Victoria Palace.

He mentioned that the Government will announce when these forms of support will reach the areas where they are needed.

 

25,000 Ukrainian citizens are in Romania, 102 choose to request protection from Romanian state

 

As many as 25,000 Ukrainian citizens are in our country, and 102 of these chose to request the protection of the Romanian state, submitting request for asylum, the Government spokesman, Dan Carbunaru, informed on Sunday.

“According to the data we have, until midnight, there were 47,000 Ukrainian citizens that have entered our country, including 22,785 who have already exited the country. So, until this time, since the start of the conflict generated by the aggression of the Russian military in Ukraine, there are 25,000 Ukrainian citizens who are in Romania. Of these, 102 have chosen to request the protection of the Romanian state, submitting a request for asylum,” Carbunaru declared, at Victoria Palace.

According to him, the asylum centers managed by the General Inspectorate for Immigration have an occupancy rate of 57.7%, including other asylum seekers, apart from the Ukrainian citizens.

 

Iohannis: Additional military and humanitarian support to be sent to Ukraine

 

Romania will supplement the military and humanitarian support granted to Ukraine, as a response to the invasion of Russian troops, president Klaus Iohannis announced on Sunday.

“Romania is joining its partners in supporting new sanctions and for strengthening our shared response in front of Russia’s invasion in Ukraine. An  additional military and humanitarian support will be sent to Ukraine,” Iohannis wrote on Twitter.

 

 

 

 

Compiled from Agerpres

Photo: www.gov.ro

 

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