Millions of hryvnias were directed to medical supplies for Dnipro hospitals and the restoration of the Russian-damaged Heart Institute in Irpin.
Industrial Investment Group Smart Holdings during the 15 months of the war, he allocated more than $40 million to humanitarian and charitable projects. This was announced by the group’s general director Yulia Kiryanova.
So, from February 24, 2022 Smart Holdings purchase 120 special ambulances, evacuation vehicles and fuel for front and front-line communities, 3,400 beds for military units, 4,000 professional military first aid and medical supplies, 100,000 food kits and hygiene products for residents of the areas most affected by the conflict.
The group also sent more than 14 million hryvnias for medical supplies for hospitals in Dnipro and 700 thousand hryvnias for the restoration of the Heart Institute in Irpen, which was damaged by the Russians.
We immediately got involved in humanitarian processes and, considered part of the ownership in the company Metinvest allocated more than $40 million to ensure the sustainability of our country. We support the Armed Forces of Ukraine, medical institutions and internally displaced Ukrainians,” said Kiryanova.
Including 40.5 million hryvnia Smart Holdings sent for the purchase of generators for hospitals, military, invincibility points and other social institutions.
It was previously known that 10,000 tablets and laptops were handed out to students in Ukraine. A third of students who are now supposed to study remotely cannot do so because of the lack of any device.
It was also reported that Zaporozhye volunteers bought a reconnaissance aircraft for the military.
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