The humanitarian cargo contained 19 different electronic equipment, electrical infrastructure components.
Serbia sent four trucks with equipment to support Ukraine’s energy sector. On March 28, the trucks left for Romania, from where they would go to Ukraine. This was reported by the representative of Serbia to the EU.
It was noted that the Serbian government provided equipment for Ukraine, and transportation was provided by the European Union.
According to the head of the EU delegation in Serbia, Emmanuel Jofre, the shipment contained 19 different electronic devices, parts of the electrical infrastructure.
The trucks leave for Romania, then they go to Ukraine. Photo: representation of Serbia in the EU
Earlier, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that Serbia plans to participate in the reconstruction of Ukrainian cities after the war.
It should be noted that, according to media reports, Austria has not yet transferred to Ukraine the promised aid for the energy sector.
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