A massive shipment of humanitarian aid from Greece, the fourth such package sent in the wake of the war, was shipped to Odessa, Ukraine on Tuesday.
The last time Greece sent an aid package to the war-torn country was on April 3rd, when Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias visited Ukraine.
The package contains essential supplies for survival in the incredibly difficult and dangerous conditions that have prevailed in Ukraine since Russia invaded the country in late February.
Some of the supplies sent in the Greek humanitarian shipment to Ukraine, which weighs 50 tons, include bottled water, stores of non-perishable food items, medical supplies, such as antiseptic and medications, and three generators.
Greece sends humanitarian aid weighing 50 tons to Ukraine
Many people across the country are currently living without basic necessities such as food, water, power, and heating.