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Ukrainians transfer UAH 173 mln to Defence Ministry's accounts within two programs

30-07-2014 17:19

Businesses and individuals within the "Support the Ukrainian Army" program as of July 28 had transferred UAH 138.851 million to the accounts of the Defence Ministry of Ukraine, according to the official Web site of the ministry.

According to the Defence Ministry, UAH 129.796 million of the amount were remittances for material and technical provision, the rest - for medical support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In addition, UAH 33.765 million was transferred in support of the Ukrainian army via calls to single mobile number 565. The funds were spent on the material and technical provision of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. "In addition, $121,500, EUR58,000, CZK5,000, CAD450, and CHF140 came to the accounts of the Ministry of Defense. The total sales of foreign currency in the hryvnia equivalent amounted to UAH 2.3 million. After the sale of foreign currency, the fund balance on the Defense Ministry's accounts amounted to $1,500, EUR500 and CAD100," reads the report.