Additional humanitarian aid distribution centers have been opened in the Kherson region

Additional humanitarian aid centers have been established in the areas of the Kherson region and Kherson liberated from Russian forces.

According to Ukrinform, the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine reports this Telegram.

“The Kherson region continues to receive humanitarian assistance from international donors and other regions of Ukraine. Thousands of tons of food, hygiene products and other necessary things are brought here every day.

For easy logistics, additional distribution points have been deployed, which operate daily from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Beneficiaries must have a passport and identification code.

The humanitarian centers of the Kherson OVA operate in Kherson at the following addresses: Moskovskaya Street, 30; street I. Kulik, 149; street I. Kulik, 131; Ushakov Avenue, 35-a (TC “Admiral”); Perekopskaya Street, 16 (Dniprovsk Regional Executive Committee); track Mayakovskogo, 1 (school number 28); 10 Builders Avenue (No. 2 Polyclinic); Anton Golovaty Street, 7 (school number 8); street Karbysheva, 11 (“Khersonlift”); 29 Suvorov Street (ship district council); Mayakovsky Street, 18; 24 Promyshlennaya Street (School No. 23). In addition, in Antonovka: 22nd Vostochnaya Street, Centralnaya Street, 48-a; in Stepanovka: John Howard street, 63; in Stanislav: Belozerskoe shosse, 43; in Kamyshany: Centralnaya street, 81-a (Starostat); in Zelenovka: Lesia Ukrainka Street 7 (Starostat); in Chernobaevka: Pokrovskaya street, 45

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As reported by Ukrinform, a lot of flour has been brought to the Kherson bakery and bread will be baked.

By Peter Kavinsky

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