Ukrposhta received 200 tons of humanitarian aid from Georgia


This week trucks arrived to Ukraine to deliver humanitarian aid from Georgia. In total, pople of Georgia sent to Ukraine a record amount of humanitarian aid - 200 tons. These are products and essentials collected by Georgian foundations, business and the Georgian people. The cargo to Ukraine was delivered to Lviv, Chernivtsi and Chop by the Georgian Post own expense. Then Ukrposhta will reload the donations and deliver them across Ukraine.

Georgians handed over food products (cereals, pasta, flour, oil, cookies, water, tea, coffee, canned food), baby food, hygiene products and sleeping bags to Ukrainians harmstrunged by the Russian attack. Most of the cargo is unaddressed aid. Part of the humanitarian aid was intended as help from the Kutaisi city to the city of Kharkiv.

"We all are touched by the aid from Georgia and Georgians: 200 tons is a record cargo we received at a time. It is hard to imagine how many people joined the process of collecting this cargo - private businesses, foundations, ordinary Georgians - everyone contributed their share. And we are sincerely grateful for the support, because while the aggressor still does not stop its villainies, the number of Ukrainians in need of help, unfortunately, is growing. I would like to send my special thanks to the Post of Georgia, which from the first days of the war agreed to deliver parcels to Ukraine free of charge, and today at its own expense delivered humanitarian goods to Ukraine", commented Igor Smelyansky, Director General of Ukrposhta.

All goods will be sent to the most affected areas of Ukraine, where it is possible to deliver aid now.