Transcarpathian government has not abandoned the idea of controlling volunteers and convenes them to a meeting (announcement)
The Press Center of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration reported: "Transcarpathian Regional Coordinating Centre appeals to volunteer, charitable organizations, active citizens who want to help Transcarpathian soldiers in the ATO area: the meeting is planed "to coordinate efforts and to set up the most effective ways to help the soldiers. The Coordinating Center suggests to hold a joint meeting to discuss all the pressing issues, to develop a plan of action."
They report the contacts of the regional Coordinating Center:
the city of Uzhgorod, Narodna sq., 4, office 301, tel.: 69-60-18, 0957792108.
e-mail: [email protected]
Director: Doroshenko Hryhoriy. The meeting is scheduled for August 19 at 14.00. The venue: Narodna sq., 4, 2nd floor, session hall.
However, as you know, the public Movement for support of the army has been actively working in Transcarpathian region for several months - active people organized themselves, collect food, items and funds, purchase special clothing, developed the logistics and successfully help Ukrainian army. Now, the government intends to take control of the process and, apparently, to report about the "successful work done."
By the way. according to a recent report of the coordinator of the Movement for support of Transcarpathian soldiers, in July alone, they sent several serious shipments. Galina Yartseva said: "From 1 to 31 of July we purchased various merchandise for soldiers or in their favor at 123,253.05 UAH! Some of the most valuable things are collimating sights with leaves (3pc), binoculars (5pcs), tablets (10pcs), night vision devices (11pcs), rubber boots (100 pairs)."
So, the government, which initially was standing aside of these processes, and now wants to "coordinate" them, can see: the activity continue, and the action plan was developed without their participation.
The web page of the Movement is here, and the office is at Uzhgorod, Mytrak st., 13.