State Secretary Levente Magyar said humanitarian aid provided by Hungary would help improve online education.
The state secretary noted that more and more schoolchildren were being forced to attend class this way due to air raid warnings and power outages. Magyar also handed over two minivans for Bucha — as agreed with local leaders in the summer. Bucha Deputy Mayor Serhiy Shepetko noted that the Hungarian Ecumenical Charity had been the first to deliver humanitarian aid to the town after Russian forces retreated, and aid was constantly coming in. Magyar said Hungary has rebuilt and renovated a dozen institutions in Ukraine, adding that next year it will begin building a 10 million euro multifunctional local council service center in Bucha.