The news would not have caused such public outcry if the burnt-out cars were not part of a humanitarian convoy, consisting of six ambulances and four vans with medical equipment, which Polish volunteers were also planning to transport to Kharkiv and Sumy regions. as for Kiev.
Volunteers will now have to announce a new fundraiser to buy more ambulances.
The TV channel reports that the cars were set on fire on the night of March 3-4 near the administrative building of the city of Radluv. It is also reported the detention of a certain man on suspicion of arson, he had previously been prosecuted for a similar crime.
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