The occupation of Chernobyl is another painful page in the history of the terrible war.
Total looting, forcing Chernobyl personnel to work in hazardous conditions, and mine traps in the exclusion zone are just a few of the consequences of the occupation.
So as soon as the Russian occupiers withdrew from Chernobyl, the question of humanitarian aid arose.
The Podilska Hromada Community Foundation together with the Vinnytsia City Council sent a 10-ton cargo with food, medicine and necessary items to the State Agency of Ukraine for Exclusion Zone Management.
It was distributed among the agency's employees, who are on duty 24/7, as well as the military and police, who are on combat duty in the exclusion zone.