Ukraine’s Deputy Health Minister Oleksii Iaremenko said on Sunday that the humanitarian aid being sent to the country is beginning to wane, even as Russia’s invasion continues.
Iaremenko said his country was grateful for the support received so far, but urged that more support is sent immediately.
“What we are asking (is) if you can support, please support right now,” he said. “Don’t wait for weeks and months because we need the support right now.”
CEO of the humanitarian NGO Direct Relief, Thomas Tighe, said the group was working to give the Ukrainian health-care system more support in taking care of traumatic injuries, saying there were already issues that pre-existed the war and the conflict has brought on a “whole new set of issues.”
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