The company organizes the procurement and delivery of humanitarian aid to the city's hospitals

From the first months of full-scale military operations on the territory of Ukraine, Metinvest Group provided humanitarian support to medical institutions in Kryvyi Rih for more than UAH 46 million. This is stated in the Metinvest.Media’s press release.

“Since the beginning of the war, Metinvest, in coordination with the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, has created a powerful channel of assistance to the country’s medical institutions. Hospitals in Kryvyi Rih, where defenders are recuperating from injuries, have already received humanitarian support in the amount of more than UAH 46 million,” the message says.

The company is in direct contact with the city’s health department and promptly responds to the needs of hospitals.

At the request of medical institutions, the «Saving Life» foundation regularly provides Kryvyi Rih with batches of drugs and medical products for the provision of comprehensive assistance, both in emergency situations and for general therapy of patients.

In addition, Metinvest and the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation contributed to the replenishment of the material and technical base of the Kryvyi Rih Clinical Hospital with high-tech equipment for the operating unit.

“Today, Ukrainians are united by a single goal – the victory. And everyone’s strength multiplies this movement. Metinvest Group has been fighting with the country since the beginning of the war. Volunteering, assistance to the Armed Forces, humanitarian mission, medical support have become an integral part of our team’s work,” commented the CEO of the Central Mining Dmytro Shevchyk.

In general, since the beginning of the war, the amount of assistance from Metinvest to Ukraine and Ukrainians has reached more than UAH 2 billion. 1.3 billion of them is directed to support the army and help the military.

As GMK Center reported earlier, since the beginning of the war Metinvest has handed over 150,000 body armors to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU). Thus, every tenth body armor in the Armed Forces is made of Metinvest steel or purchased by the Group.