The Arc Integrity transport vessel will depart from Antwerp to the port of Bremerhaven, and then the cargo will be sent to Ukraine by land, said Carol Petsonk, Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Aviation and Foreign Affairs of the United States.
The United States sent Ukraine a cargo of medical and military equipment. This was reported to reporters on Friday by the Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Aviation and Foreign Affairs of the United States Carol Petsonk during an inspection of the Arc Integrity transport vessel in the port of Antwerp (Belgium). From this port, the ship will go to the German port of Bremerhaven, and then the cargo will be shipped overland to Ukraine.
“Ukraine is in dire need of medicines, as well as the means of their delivery to their destination. The vehicles that we are sending will solve this problem,” the Reuters news agency quotes Petsonk as saying.
“The vessel carries two types of cargo. Firstly, personal vehicles of military personnel who will serve as part of the troops stationed in Europe. Secondly, military equipment [for Ukraine], protective equipment, as well as medical vehicles to supply the wounded with medicines,” Petsonk explained.