UKRAINE, Feb 21 — Ukraine received another ten ambulances from the South Korean government. 

In total, South Korea plans to send 100 ambulance cars. Ukraine has already received 30, and the Korean government will deliver another 70 cars in March, reported , reported the Ministry of Health press service.

The press service of the Ministry of Health noted that the ambulances have the necessary tools to provide life-saving assistance to patients during medical transport.

Ambulances / Photo: Facebook page of the Ministry of Health

According to Minister Viktor Liashko, Russia damaged 103 ambulances, destroyed 258, and captured another 125 during the full-scale war.

As reported, South Korea will provide an additional $2.3 billion in aid for Ukraine to help the nation restore peace and rebuild following its war with Russia. South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol announced the pledge during a session of the Group of 20 (G20) summit in New Delhi, saying South Korea will provide the initial $300 million in 2024 in the form of humanitarian aid. The remaining $2 billion will be delivered via the Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF) in 2025 through long-term, low-interest loans.

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