At a press conference held in the courtyard of the Roman Catholic parish in Berehove, Zoltán Kovács announced the launch of an aid consignment worth more than 100 million forints. The package consists of generators, durable food, medicines, and hygiene products and was sent with the help of Hungarian charitable organizations active in Transcarpathia.
Here are the details of the consignments:
- Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta: A truckload of generators and heaters
- Catholic Karitász: A van full of durable food
- Hungarian Red Cross: Hygiene products (300 l)
- Hungarian Ecumenical Aid: Baby food, canned food, hygiene products, detergents, cleaning products, shower gel
- Baptist Relief Service: Food, generators, cleaning products
- Hungarian Reformed Relief Service: 1630 kg of durable food, 121 kg of school supplies (notebooks, drawing paper, folders, pencils, erasers)