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The UN and its cooperating organizations delivered humanitarian aid to more than 2.5 million people in Ukraine. António Guterres, Secretary General of the organization, announced this on his Twitter page.
“Together with our partners, we have delivered life-saving assistance to more than 2.5 million people,”— he wrote.
Guterres added that there are currently more than 1,300 UN employees in Ukraine providing humanitarian assistance.
In addition to the UN, many countries send humanitarian aid to Ukraine, including Russia and China. Thus, in early April, the Russian Emergencies Ministry announced the delivery of 665 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine and the Donbass.
In turn, China had previously reported sending humanitarian aid to Ukraine for a total amount of 10 million yuan (about $1.5 million ). In addition, a cargo worth 5 million yuan (more than $791,000) was sent by the Chinese division of the Red Cross.
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