More than 20 tons of cargo has been delivered to the occupied town of Enerhodar in Zaporizhzhya Oblast, the head of the executive committee of Enerhodar City Council, Yana Dabizha, wrote on Facebook on April 23.
The aid shipment to the people of the town, including the operators of nuclear and thermal power plants, included insulin, materials for the hemodialysis hospital ward, fuel, food kits, products for children, blood products, and other assistance.
Dabizha noted that many people and organizations, including volunteers, state-owned Energoatom nuclear energy company, Zaporizhzhya Regional State Administration and others, had collected the aid for the town.
The town of Enerhodar in Zaporizhzhya Oblast has been under Russian occupation for more than a month.
On March 4, Russian troops began shelling Enerhodar, home to Europe's largest nuclear power plant. After fierce fighting with the Ukrainian military, the Russian army managed to capture part of Zaporizhzhya Oblast.