All European cities, towns and regions are invited to join the campaign.
Within the framework of the “Generators of Hope” program initiated by the Head of the European Parliament Roberta Mezzola and the Mayor of Florence, the President of Eurocities Dario Nardella, the largest European cities will donate electricity generators and transformers to Ukraine.
According to CNN, the program is aimed at providing energy to the country’s main facilities (hospitals, schools, water supply stations, aid centers, shelters, etc.).
“The European Parliament and the EU have excellently demonstrated solidarity with Ukraine on the humanitarian, military and financial fronts. Now they need practical support to survive the winter. I call on all cities, towns and regions across Europe to join the “Generators of Hope” campaign, she said on press conference on November 23
The Eurocities organization joined the program, which unites more than 200 large European cities,
Nardella emphasized that by donating generators and transformers, European cities will help ensure that Ukrainian cities can cope with their day-to-day tasks as well as possible.
He urged to act as soon as possible, because “winter has come, there is no electricity and gas, no time can be lost.”
The situation in the energy system of Ukraine as of November 23
On the afternoon of November 23, Russia once again carried out a massive missile attack on Ukraine. “Ukrenergo” warned that energy infrastructure objects had been hit, causing emergency shutdowns in all regions.
As reported by the National Police, rockets hit 16 infrastructure objects on the territory of Ukraine during the day.
In particular, due to a Russian missile attack, some districts of Kyiv were partially cut off, and the entire capital was left without heat and water supply. Lviv was cut off, power supply is being restored to Volyn.