This initiative repeats the action of Lithuanian friends of Ukraine, who in 3 days raised €5 mln for UAV Bayraktar TB2, but on a larger scale. Initially, it was planned to collect UAH 500 million for 3 strike UAVs, but the Ukrainians managed to collect UAH 600 million in just 3 days, which will be enough for 4 UAVs. The editorial board of Mezha is proud to have joined this campaign.
Earlier, in a comment to Radio Svoboda Ukraine, Serhii Prytula said that he could not announce the terms of the contract yet: “There are some details of negotiations with the Ministry of Defense and other stakeholders, which stipulate that until the contracting is carried out, we will not discuss the details of this agreement,” said the volunteer.
We remind that yesterday Taras Chmut, director of the Come Back Charitable Foundation, announced the largest purchase in the fund’s history. Come back alive bought 20 PD-2 drones and 10 ground stations for them.
P.S. Serhii Prytula is already promising new, larger-scale actions. The network jokes about raising funds for an atomic bomb.