Japan and UNDP Support Kyiv  

by Roman Cheplyk
Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Japan and UNDP Support Kyiv   

Partners for Ukraine 1.000 charging stations 

The Kyiv regional military administration announced the receipt of 38 charging stations from the allies. Humanitarian assistance was received from the government of Japan and the United Nations Development Programme. In general, the partners bought 1.000 stations for all regions of Ukraine. The first stations were delivered to the Kyiv region. Stations will be installed in emergency support and heating facilities. It is reported that the devices will help ordinary citizens to stay in contact, charging phones even during power outages due to Russian missile attacks. The authorities of the Kyiv region have already fulfilled the photo report and thank international partners for cooperation in any conditions.

"We appreciate the support of the international community. We express gratitude for the received charging stations and hope for further cooperation," said the deputy head of the Kyiv military administration Mykola Boyko.

Recall that the early Kyiv region received generators of different power levels from Germany, the UAE, Taiwan, Denmark, and Latvia. The most often assisted sister cities.

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