Charities Help Ukraine open center in Romania to help southern regions of Ukraine

The charity organization Help Ukraine, created by Ukrainian businessmen, has organized a hub in the city of Husi (Romania) for the collection and distribution of humanitarian aid for Ukraine, the collected goods will be sent via Moldova to Odessa, Mykolaiv and Kherson.

The opening on March 19 of a new route for the delivery of humanitarian and medical cargo to the southern regions of Ukraine with a transshipment center in Romania was written by CEO and co-owner of the TIS port Andriy Stavnitser on Facebook .

“We are opening the southern corridor for the delivery of humanitarian and medical supplies. Odessa and Mykolaiv will now also be able to receive aid – the new Help Ukraine hub is already operating in Romania … Odessa, we just happen to be a city now “rear”, and we need to supply Mykolaiv and from there, if possible, Kherson,” Stavnitser wrote in the social network.

He clarified that the Husi warehouse is working and that philanthropists can already send humanitarian aid to Ukrainians.

“The goods transit through Moldova, so the center in Romania does not accept dual-use goods. Only medicine, food, baby food and hygiene items. Aid will be distributed by the Municipal Center for Humanitarian Aid, Information and Economic Support (Odessa), 59a Mechnikova Street,” says the businessman.

Stavnitser pointed out that the center in Romania is looking for volunteers who can apply by filling out the following form at the following Internet address: ImHyP3nGSKUsoazMyD5VFtXNR54augRll7H-qQhYoy10BWhiEzCZ8

Romania warehouse contacts: Calea Basarabiei 95B, Husi 735100, Romania, tel: +40 784884788, +380 67 5651021,

Also, additional information on humanitarian aid to the southern regions of Ukraine is published on the website

As reported, Stavnitser and co-owner of the company Rozetka.Ua Vladyslav Chechetkin, together with other businessmen, created the charitable foundation Help Ukraine in March of this year, for which Chechetkin allocated a warehouse in Lublin (Poland).

Also in March, the Lublin center was visited by the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Odile Renaud-Basso, and the EBRD’s Director for Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Matteo Patrone. This financial institution allocated 2 billion euros the day before to support businesses and reforms in Ukraine.

The Foundation provides humanitarian and financial aid to Ukraine, accepts donations for the purchase of medicines and other essential humanitarian aid in Europe. All help will be provided to the Ukrainian people, who suffered from the aggression of the Russian Federation.

TIS is an operator of cargo terminals in the maritime zone of the port of Yuzhny (Odessa region). It also owns the service infrastructure, including the railway station.