Embassy of Ukraine in Prague / Velvyslanectví Ukrajiny v Praze

🇺🇦 The capital of the Czech Republic – Prague – continues to help Ukraine with the essentials. Today, the city hall will send 400 generators and 10 transformers for Kiev and 226 generators and 8 transformers for Nikolaev with a total cost of 650 thousand dollars (15 million Czech crowns).
уча Shipment of 315 pallets of energy equipment took place with the participation of the Mayor of Prague Zdenek Grzhyb, Temporary Trustee of Ukraine in the Czech Republic Vitaly Usatoy and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the ČD Cargo Logistics company Yana Mlkva.
The interim confidant interviewed a number of leading Czech media and thanked Prague for providing much needed electrical equipment in the winter period.
💬 “Russian terrorists left the residents of most Ukrainian cities without heat and energy. However, with the help of our closest partners, to which the Czech Republic certainly belongs, Ukraine will not only worthy of enduring the difficult trials of this winter, but will continue to bring closer our common victory over the enemy,”- noted Vitaliy Usatij. He also added that Prague once again confirmed its status of a “savior city”, which was marked by President Vladimir Zelensky on October 28 this year.
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🇨🇿 Prague helps Ukraine overcome winter and darkness. The capital of Praha.eu donated 400 generators and 10 transformers to partner Kyiv and 226 generators and 8 transformers to Mykolajiv. ČD Cargo Logistics will help with the transport of donations in total value of 15 million CZK. Extremely important cargo, which will give Ukraine light and warmth, will leave for Kiev in the coming days.
Ukraj Chargé d ́affaires of Ukraine Vitalij Usatyj thanked the mayor of Prague Zdenek Hřib for providing Ukraine with much-needed electrical equipment and to the Chairman of the Board of Czech Cargo Logistics Jana Mlkva for his transport to Ukraine.
💬 “Russian terrorists left the inhabitants of most Ukrainian cities without heat and energy. However, with the help of our closest partners, which undoubtedly includes the Czech Republic, Ukraine will not only withstand the severe tests of this winter, but will also bring our common victory over the enemy closer,” said chargé d’affaires. He also added that Prague again confirmed its status of the “savior city”, which was granted to it by President Volodymyr Zelenskyj in October.

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