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EU countries donate generators to help Ukraine get through the winter
A number of European Union countries said they would donate power generators to Ukraine to help keep the country warm for the winter.
France has announced it will send 100 high-powered generators to Ukraine "as Russia wants to turn winter into a weapon of war," French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna wrote on Friday.
Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib announced that the Czech Republic will also donate power generators to Ukraine.
Hřib said the package will include 626 heaters, with 400 for Kyiv and 226 for Mykolaiv, along with other equipment.
Latvia's ambassador to Ukraine, Oleksandr Mishchenko, announced on Facebook that the capital of Riga had donated 84 generators to Kyiv.
The new pledges come after the EU launched its "Generators of Hope" initiative on Wednesday, where a network of more than 200 major European cities aims to provide power to essential facilities in Ukraine.