The won creates a need not only for weapons but for food, medicine, clean water, clothing for refugees and people left without homes, and, consequently, housing.
On April 12, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said that about 10 aircraft with humanitarian aid for Ukraine from about 30 countries of the world arrive at the logistics hubs of Europe every day.
Ukraine received the first batch of modular houses from the USA. Former New York governor George Pataki visited the western part of Ukraine — Transcarpathia, talked with refugees, and donated housing through The Ukrainian relief fund for those who no longer have a place to live. Houses have already begun to be installed in Transcarpathia and Irpin.
The Ukrainian Medical Association of North America, the Ukrainian embassy in the United States, and American charitable organizations donated 50 tons of medicines to the Rivne region of Ukraine. The largest number of internal refugees is now in Rivne, Lviv, Chernivtsi, and Ivano-Frankivsk regions of Ukraine. Therefore, the availability of the required amount of medicines is critical.
“The humanitarian cargo landed in Poland, from where it was delivered to Rivne. We will distribute it among Ukrainian hospitals that are involved in the war zone and need support the most,” Vitalii Koval, chairman of the Rivne regional military administration.