Slovenian authorities will help Kyiv to purchase an ambulance for premature babies
Ljubljana, 29 November 2022, 01:59 — REGNUM The Slovenian authorities will allocate €370,000 for the purchase of an ambulance for the Kyiv regime, which will transport premature babies and their mothers, according to the website of the Slovenian government.
The funds will be presented as humanitarian aid. The corresponding agreement was signed by the Acting Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia Renata Zwelbar-Beck and Ambassador of Kyiv in Ljubljana Andrey Taran.
The report also says that the Slovenian government previously allocated €580,000 to the Kyiv regime for the purchase of ambulances to transport the wounded, two of which Ukraine will receive by the end of 2022.
As reported IA REGNUMNovember 25 British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly announced that Britain would provide Kyiv with 35 special vehicles and 3 million pounds ($3.6 million) to restore infrastructure.
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