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Turkiye sends 67 trucks of humanitarian aid to Ukraine since war began

Baku, April 13, AZERTAC

Turkiye has sent 67 trucks of humanitarian aid to Ukraine since the war began late February, authorities said on Wednesday, according to Anadolu Agency.

According to Turkiye’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD), one mobile food truck besides aid arrived in war-hit Ukraine to meet the urgent needs of people.

The mobile food truck served hot meals at the Siret border crossing, northeast of Romania, between March 12 and 18. As of March 20, the truck started to serve hot meals in Lviv, a city near the border with Poland in western Ukraine.

Four AFAD personnel continue their work in Siret and Lviv to discover humanitarian needs, carry out aid activities and coordinate the distribution of aid sent from Turkiye.

To date, some 210,000 units of humanitarian aid materials have been distributed at the Siret border crossing.

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