On November 20, Japanese partners handed over equipment and equipment for demining liberated territories of Ukraine to the pyrotechnic divisions of the State Emergency Service. The assistance included dozens of special vehicles and mine detectors.
This was reported to the State Security Service. The department noted that several more projects aimed at strengthening the abilities of Ukrainian paramedics are currently being implemented.
The ceremonial transfer of cars and equipment took place in Kyiv. In particular, pyrotechnicians of the State Fire Service received 40 special vehicles, 50 manual mine detectors, as well as 150 containers of fire-extinguishing liquid from Shabondama Soap Co., Ltd.
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Igor Klymenko, noted that, despite the constant shelling of the occupiers, units of the State Security Service daily destroy explosive objects left by Russian terrorists on Ukrainian soil.
“The equipment that Japan provided to us today will significantly speed up the process of humanitarian demining and make it safer for pyrotechnicians. We strive to do everything so that the civilian population can safely return to their homes. Thank you to the Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine Matsuda Kuninora, the Japanese Government and people for constant support of Ukraine,” the minister said.
Japan systematically transfers technical equipment, automobile equipment, and demining machines to Ukraine.
Projects to improve equipment for humanitarian demining are now being implemented.
The projects are implemented within the framework of the Grant Agreement for the Emergency Recovery Program between the Government of Ukraine and the Japanese Agency for International Cooperation and are designed to last until 2025.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, in September, Japan handed over 24 cranes to Ukraine for demining front-line and de-occupied territories. The country of the rising sun has shown interest in establishing long-term cooperative relations with Ukraine.
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