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Germany transferred vehicles for explosives technicians from the National Police

Germany transferred vehicles for explosives technicians from the National Police

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The German government transferred the first batch of off-road vehicles for explosives technicians of the National Police of Ukraine.

The National Police of Ukraine reported on this in a Telegram.

The donated vehicles will be used to carry out relevant work in the frontline regions of Ukraine.

A total of 20 vehicles were delivered, including 18 Toyota Land Cruiser SUVs and two Toyota Land Cruiser 79 pickup trucks.

The vehicles will be used to transport specialists. In combination with a powerful engine and all-wheel drive, they will be able to overcome difficult off-road conditions.

The total value of the donated aid is €550,000.

Additional vehicles for the National Police will be delivered in the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2024.

“Today’s assistance is worth almost €550,000, which is 20 vehicles that we are transferring. In the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2024, we plan to deliver even more vehicles to the National Police, which will be partially funded by the EU,” Thomas Schneider said.

The transfer of additional vehicles enables Ukraine’s emergency services to respond more quickly to various calls and do their job better.

Militarnyi previously reported that a special mobile diving system has been constructed in Ukraine and transferred to the State Emergency Service.

Its uniqueness lies in the placement of a large number of specialized equipment used by divers.

The developers used the German MAN TGS 33.400 (6×6) truck as a base for the equipment, placing a special module in the back of the van.

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