Budapest is sending an electric generator and two heat guns to Kyiv, Mayor Gergely Karácsony said on Tuesday.
“This is how are helping to restore the critical infrastructure being hit by the Russian army – a war crime – and depriving the civilian population, including the elderly, women and children of heating and electricity,” Karácsony said on Facebook.
The city council is working with the Oltalom Charity Association headed by pastor Gábor Iványi in sending a shipment of relief supplies to Kyiv that will include several tonnes of food as well as a “life-saving” generator courtesy of the public water works, the mayor said.
Karácsony thanked former Budapest mayor Gábor Demszky for helping to deliver the supplies.
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