More than 300 people came to donate blood today, according to Kirill Tymoshenko
Ukrainians are more united than ever before, and they protect each other from danger. Tents have been set up in the center of Dnipro where they give blood, food and clothes to those in need.
People in #Dnipro united to do what they can for the victims of the Russian rocket strike. They bring food, clothes, necessities, offer to host people left without homes.
Around #Ukrainepeople raise money for those who lost everything. #UkraineWillWin#SlavaUkraine pic.twitter.com/UH2hVoGk4k
— Feher_Junior (@Feher_Junior) January 16, 2023
According to Kirill Tymoshenko, deputy head of the Presidential Office, more than 300 people came to donate blood today.
People in Dnipro came together to do their best for the victims of the Russian missile attack, even offering their homes to accommodate people left on the street by the missile attacks.
Ukrainians are united as never before and do not leave each other in trouble: in #Dnipro people donate blood en masse for the wounded, bring warm clothes and food
According to Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the Presidential Office, more than 300 people came to donate blood. pic.twitter.com/bI8Macl1Ev
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) January 16, 2023
At the same time, money is being collected throughout Ukraine for those who have lost everything from the war.
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