Free food distribution program launched in Ukraine - Shmyhal
Food will be distributed to people in front-line cities.
Ukraine has launched a program to provide free food to residents of front-line cities. This was reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to a statement made by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
These products, he said, are already being purchased for distribution to people in settlements that are now on the line of contact.
In regions where active hostilities continue, provision of food products is carried out free of charge, it was reported.
Volume per person per month, kilograms
Grain (wheat and/or corn) for bread, flour
Cereals, rice; grain for cereals in terms of the equivalent of cereals
Canned meat, fish, legumes
Pasteurized milk or its substitute (condensed milk, milk powder in terms of whole milk equivalent)
Bakery and confectionery products (cookies, crackers, crispbread, bagels, gingerbread)
In addition, the government decided to purchase 10 million plastic bags with handles with a capacity of up to 12 kilograms and 3 million bags with a capacity of up to 3 kilograms.
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