The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Communications and the Department of Transport, is sending 27 buses to Ukraine for the restoration of transport links within the country.

The CFTS portal reported this, citing the CFTS portal.

"To help the Ukrainian society to function simultaneously with the war, it is necessary to provide humanitarian support to Ukraine in addition to military and political aid. By donating buses, we can make the necessary contribution to help the people of Ukraine in their daily lives," Estonia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Reinsalu said.

According to her, the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with the city of Tallinn, plans to send two ambulances to Ukraine soon.

As reported previously, Estonia donated passenger buses to Ukraine in the summer. They were handed over to representatives of local self-government agencies in the Bucha district of the Kyiv region.