Budapest Transport Company (BKV) has donated buses to Ukraine, the company said on Monday, adding that the buses were in good working order but had been withdrawn from circulation in Hungary’s capital.
The fifteen buses, including five solo Volvos and ten articulated Ikraus, were handed over in a ceremony to Ukraine’s charge d’affaires by Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony and BKV managing director Tibor Bolla.
BKV has already donated a bus to refugees in Hungary, which is being used as a warm-up shelter, as well as other humanitarian aid, the company added.
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