The famous Lviv philanthropist and businessman Hryhoriy Kozlovsky and his team of “yellow and black” handed over another aid package worth 4 million hryvnias to the Ukrainian military. This time within the framework of the “Birds of Victory” initiative 180 drones were purchased.
On the front to the Ukrainian soldiers of the 103rd and 125th brigades of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the 24th OMBr named after King Danylo, the 80th DShB DShV, the 77th drones of various types were sent to the separate airmobile brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the 7th OSHB, as well as border guards and scouts. The guys defending our country will receive drones directly on the front line.
Given to the military:
240 FPV drones (combat);
31 Mavic and 1 MATRICE 30T (reconnaissance);
BO «Movement into the future”, whose founder is Hryhoriy Kozlovsky and FC “Rukh” took part in the “Birds of Victory” initiative; under the patronage of Lviv OVA, financing the purchase of drones.
Maksym Kozytskyi, the head of the Lviv OVA, noted that within the framework of the initiative, it was planned to hand over 1,000 drones to the military.
"In total, in less than 5 months, we managed to hand over 1,154 drones to our defenders. But we will not stop there, but will do everything in our power so that as many of these "birds" went to the front, because they save the lives of Ukrainian soldiers and kill the occupiers. Thanks to everyone who joined this initiative. There is strength in unity, and Victory will be ours!», – emphasized Kozytskyi.
Gryhoriy Kozlovskyi together with FC “Rukh” have been helping the Ukrainian military since the first days of Russia's military aggression. Recently FC “Movement” and its founder Hryhoriy Kozlovsky handed over a set of equipment for the air reconnaissance training room to the National Academy of Land Forces named after Hetman Petro Sahaidachny. The aid kit included LED panels, a touch table, a multi-touch panel and powerful laptops.
Gryhoriy Kozlovskyi noted that the athletes “helped and will help our glorious warriors fight against the evil that attacked Ukraine”. Rukhivtsi have direct communication with military units, other charitable foundations and volunteer organizations.
«The club tries to help by all available methods. And this help will not stop, but on the contrary – will only increase» – noted the patron.
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