Azerbaijan provides Ukraine with humanitarian assistance – electrical equipment worth 1.5 million manat

Azerbaijan provided humanitarian assistance to Ukraine – 45 power transformers and fifty generators to restore a stable power supply to the territories affected by the hostilities. The first part of this humanitarian aid allocated by “Azerenergy” OJSC was sent by road from the Gobi energy hub on December 10.

 

For the complete delivery of electrical equipment, with a total cost of one million 422 manats (about 850 thousand dollars), a second caravan with humanitarian aid will leave for Ukraine in the coming days, the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said further.

 

The total cost of Azerbaijan’s humanitarian aid in connection with the crisis in Ukraine reaches thirty million manats (about $18 million). Along with this, over the past 6 months, various structures of Azerbaijan have provided humanitarian services to the Ukrainian people.

 

Thus, ninety children who suffered because of hostilities and lost members of their families were brought to Azerbaijan for the purpose of medical and socio-psychological rehabilitation.

 

In addition, school No. 12 named after academician Zarifa Aliyeva, destroyed because of the war, was restored in Irpen, the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry notes

 

Source: Turan News Agency