Head of the Kharkiv regional military administration Oleh Synehubov said that the region received assistance from Estonia: the new humanitarian support package included 11 passenger buses. They were sent for use in 7 districts of the region. Buses will transport teachers and help to solve community problems quickly. Iveko has already been handed over to the Balaklay, Izum, Krasnograd, Bohoduhovsky, Lozova, Dergachev, Zachepilovsk, Shevchenko, Chkalov, Zlochevsky and Bliznukyv communities. These are the territories most affected by Russian attacks. Educational facilities have been destroyed in some areas, forcing teachers and children to study in neighbouring villages and towns.
In addition to the support of Estonia, the Kharkiv region received assistance from France – 188 generators entered critical institutions.
Foreign support helps Ukrainian cities and people to live and get an education even in the conditions of aggressive war against the people. Earlier we reported that the Czech Republic has become a sponsor of another front-line area.