Hungarian Ecumenical Charity handed over household appliances, generators, and boilers for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the Lozova community in Kharkiv Oblast.

This was reported by the Lozova community referring to Natalia Nazarenko, chairman of the board of the public organization “Life goes on”.

“This time, the humanitarian aid from the organization includes five refrigerators, five microwaves, five air conditioners, six generators (five diesel and one gasoline), and 10 kettles. In the coming days, additional firewood will be delivered,” noted Nazarenko.

The organization handed over the humanitarian aid from the Hungarian Ecumenical Charity Service to the community government, in particular to Lozova Mayor Serhii Zelenskyy. He thanked them for their support and emphasized that the goods would help to improve the living conditions of internally displaced persons.

Hungarian Ecumenical Charity has already handed over humanitarian aid to Lozova sending food, hygienic products for the IDPs, and three ventilators to the local hospital.

Earlier this week, the United Nations humanitarian mission handed over eight trucks of aid to Kharkiv Oblast.