Truckload of medical supplies leaves Gloucestershire for Ukraine
By Will Glennon in Kemble & Dawn Limbu
A truckload of medical supplies bound for Ukraine has left an airport warehouse.
Boxes loaded with bandages, needles and hospital gowns left Cotswold Airport in Kemble, Gloucestershire on Monday.
The shipment contains more than 70 pallets of vital aid for sick and injured people across Ukraine.
The aid is going to an organisation called UK Med and will be used by British doctors who are helping in Ukraine.
The supplies come from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office's emergency response stocks, who have been providing support to Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion.
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