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Ukraine Support Task Force completes 100th delivery

The Energy Community Secretariat announced on Monday (30 October) that it has completed its 100th delivery via the Ukraine Support Task Force (USTF).

In early 2022, the USTF received its initial contributions from Denmark, Poland, and France, three of the 22 countries that have since contributed to Ukraine’s energy sector. As of October, the task force has delivered a cumulative total of 5,000 tons of energy-related humanitarian aid through 100 shipments.

“The Ukraine Support Task Force plays a pivotal role in Ukraine’s recovery by coordinating the door-to-door delivery of specialised energy equipment, fuels and materials needed to repair infrastructure damaged during the war, with the main purpose of assisting Ukraine in keeping its energy system functional. We extend our deepest appreciation to our generous donors, invaluable partners, and all who have supported USTF’s mission,” the Energy Community Secretariat said in a press release.

The delivered goods encompass a wide range of essential items including power transformers, cables, generators, transportation vehicles, methanol, IT equipment, and tools crucial for supporting the energy sector. Additionally, the task force has provided boilers, pumps, pipes, and related equipment for district heating and water supply in collaboration with Ukraine’s Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Infrastructure.

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