Israel opens two humanitarian offices in Ukraine that ‘also provide assistance to southern regions of the country’ – London Business News


IsraAID, an Israeli non-governmental organization that supports victims of the humanitarian crisis, has opened two offices in Odessa and Kyiv. This is reported on the Facebook page of

The Ukrainian Embassy in Israel wrote on Facebook: “Our IsraAID partners have returned from a business trip to Ukraine, where they visited Odessa, Kyiv and the Kyiv region.

“They saw with their own eyes all the horrors caused by the Russian invaders in Bucha and also discussed with representatives of various Ukrainian organizations regarding future cooperation.

“In the near future, it is planned to open two offices of the organization in Odessa and Kyiv for even closer cooperation in the territory of the whole country.”

The embassy said that since the start of the large-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, IsraAid has been supporting Ukrainian refugees in Moldova, providing psychological assistance to affected Ukrainians and humanitarian aid to the southern regions of the country.

They added, “We express our deepest gratitude to IsraAID for helping Ukraine at this tragic time.”

The embassy added that the bombardment by Russian missiles of the port of Odessa, from where the export of wheat from Ukraine was to begin, is further proof that the Russian Federation is deceiving everyone.

In a statement, the embassy said: “Once again there is proof of how the Russians deceive everyone: one day they sign an agreement with Ukraine to supply wheat to the world and the next day, they bomb the port of Odessa through which grain stocks pass.


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