Representatives of the Polish international organisation Open Dialogue Foundation
arrived in Kherson with a humanitarian convoy from Poland.
“Motor pumps, life jackets, power generators, portable batteries, drinking water, water
purification tablets, medicines, waterproof suits, life rafts and many other items were
delivered to the city”, the Kherson regional military administration reported on social media.
Reportedly, the participants of the humanitarian mission during a meeting with the head of
the Kherson regional state administration also discussed the region’s urgent needs for
recovery after the explosion of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant and approved the
concept of humanitarian co-operation between Warsaw and the Kherson region.
Twenty-two settlements remain under water, including 14 under Russian occupation,
following the explosion of the dam of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant in the
Kherson region. The Ukrainian Ministry of Interior reported that the death toll had risen to
16, with 31 people still missing.