“People from the Ukrainian community in the Netherlands told us their story today. They spoke of their fear, anger and fathomless grief. About the love for their loved ones. And about their belief that freedom will triumph. The conversations touched us deeply. Ukraine deserves all of us support.” – WA and Máxima.
A few of people from the Ukrainian community in the Netherlands spoke today with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima about the situation in Ukraine. The ambassador of Ukraine and his wife were also present at the meeting at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague.
Military hospitals will be replenished with hospital beds, electric trolleys and resuscitation devices.
Almost 20 tons of medical equipment were donated by the Ukrainian diaspora in the Netherlands for military hospitals and other medical institutions that rehabilitate our soldiers wounded in the Donbas. Part of the cargo is intended for Ukrainian defenders who were seriously injured in battle and cannot move themselves or require long-term treatment.
This is stated on October 11 in the story of TSN.19:30.
TSN.19:30.According to the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, the Dutch diaspora, on its own initiative, offered to provide assistance to Ukrainian soldiers and hospitals. And it’s not the first time he’s done this. Earlier, a truck with equipment was transferred to hospitals in the Zhytomyr region. Another one-went to Kramatorsk.
The Minister of Veterans Affairs Yulia Laputina noted that this charitable assistance was an impulse of the soul of representatives of our diaspora.
“Today, these are Ukrainians who live in the Netherlands, but they are all over the world — those who, at the beginning of the war, support our army, our soldiers so that we restore sovereignty and territorial integrity,” she stressed.