On Tuesday, the United Arab Emirates transported some of these power generators to the Polish capital, Warsaw, and the rest of the generators will be transported in January.
Mohammed Ahmed Al Harbi, UAE Ambassador to Poland, emphasized that the UAE’s humanitarian assistance is part of the country’s ongoing relief efforts that aim to alleviate the severity of the humanitarian repercussions suffered by the people. Ukrainian in the midst of the current crisis. These efforts reflect the UAE’s unwavering values of providing support and aid to countries in need.
Meanwhile, Majid bin Kamal, Director of Humanitarian Aid and Support at the Office of International Affairs of the Presidential Court, stated that the UAE will continue to send additional shipments, including assistance for the education and health sectors. This effort will complement the winter aid already sent this month and early in the new year in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Since the crisis began, the UAE has provided urgent relief supplies to those affected in Ukraine, worth $100 million to Ukrainian civilians. An airlift was also inaugurated, with 12 planes sent so far with around 714 tonnes of relief supplies, basic food and medical supplies, 2,520 generators, 60 ambulances, 2,500 laptops and 10,000 school backpacks.
The UAE also sent a ship carrying 250 tons of relief supplies, including blankets, personal supplies and lamps, to Poland and Romania and then transported them to Ukrainian territory. The country also operated planes carrying relief supplies for Ukrainian refugees in neighboring countries such as Poland, Moldova and Bulgaria.