"Today, Bakhmut is on everyone's lips and constantly in our field of vision," said the director of the Foundation, Dmytro Sergeiev.
He noted that due to continuous hostilities in the East of the country, the city of Chasiv Yar is also in a very difficult situation, because the city is almost on the front line, and the lives and health of its residents are in danger.
Recently, representatives of the leadership of the Bakhmut district military administration and Chasivyarsk city military administration appealed to the Vadym Novynskyi Foundation with a request to provide ambulances to evacuate citizens to safer areas and provide first aid to the injured.
In response to these appeals, the Vadym Novynskyi Foundation very promptly provided Volkswagen and Renault ambulances to these communities.
"Today, we are happy to hand over regular special vehicles to the service of our people and the state. We hope that these ambulances will serve well in saving the lives and health of our fellow citizens," Dmytro Sergeyev emphasized.
The Vadym Novynskyi Foundation is open to applications from state administrative and medical institutions and the military for further cooperation within the framework of the current program "Helping Ukraine with Ambulances".
We would like to remind you that today we brought more than 120 ambulances to Ukraine and handed them over to the most needy settlements and military units.
These cars save human lives every day at the front and in the surrounding regions.
The total amount allocated by Vadym Novynskyi for humanitarian projects after February 24 reached almost one billion hryvnias.