Bulgaria determined to send Ukraine individual medical packages for 35 thousand Ukrainian soldiers to assist in these times of crisis. Many Countries have been helping Ukraine since Russia launched a full-scale invasion and brought chaos and destruction. The Bulgarian military of defence decided to help Ukrainian soldiers by delivering medical packages necessary during the war.
In a meeting on Monday with the ambassadors of Denmark, Jes Nielsen, and Ukraine, Vitalii Moskalenko, the news was first revealed by Teodora Ganchovska, the deputy defence minister in the caretaker government and the foreign minister in the “Petkov” Cabinet. The meeting was organized to discuss the intensification of support for Ukraine concerning the conference held on August 11 in Copenhagen.
According to the press office of the Ministry of Defense, Genchovska informed the ambassadors of the National Assembly’s decision to provide humanitarian and military-technical assistance on May 4, 2022. She also mentioned that the government’s decision to donate 350 medical packages for 35,000 Ukrainian service members is currently being negotiated.
Following the European aid to Ukraine, the Bulgarian first aid packages sparked many mesmerizing remarks from Facebook users. Janusz Slabiak, an ex-serviceman from Kielce, said, “Well, at least something”.
Pavel Zhontsa, another user, said, ” It has been done as per tradition. The only thing Bulgaria did for the Eastern Front during World War II sent a sanitary train to Stalingrad.
According to a schedule created by the command of medical transports at the main headquarters of the German army and its branch in Warsaw, Bulgaria dispatched a medical train to treat injured German soldiers during the Second World War. A Bulgarian hospital operated in Legionowo, which was situated in present-day Poland, under the supervision of the BRC, and the Bulgarian medical train transported the injured from the front lines there. It carried wounded from Minsk to Stalingrad through Vilnius. According to its contemporaries, sanitary train No. 1 was on par with Europe’s most efficient hygienic trains.