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Volunteers provided transport to the mortars of the 72nd brigade

Photo: Favbet press service

An all-terrain pickup truck is already operating in eastern Ukraine and helping defenders carry out combat missions on the front lines.

The mortar battery of the 72nd Brigade. Cherny Zaporozhets received an off-road pickup truck from the Favbet Foundation. This was announced by the press service of the fund on Tuesday, May 23.

The fund specified that the Mitsubishi L200 car was provided.

“He is already working in eastern Ukraine and helping the defenders to carry out combat missions on the front lines,” the message said.

The press service clarified that with the help of the Favbet Foundation, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have already received 115 vehicles, and the total amount of assistance to the defenders of the country exceeds UAH 60 million.

Recall that at the end of last week it was reported that representatives of this fund sent a minibus, a pickup truck and thermal imagers to the front line.

Favbet Foundation is a charitable foundation established in 2020. The Fund supports initiatives in the field of education, health and sports development, however, currently, 95% of projects are aimed at helping the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the population of Ukraine.

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Source: korrespondent

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