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28 May, 16:00

Shells and projectile parts painted with the national symbols of NLAW and Javelin — a military exhibition in Kyiv

Shells and projectile parts painted with the national symbols of NLAW and Javelin — a military exhibition in Kyiv
The charity fund "Ukraine — THIS IS YOU" is holding an exhibition of military-themed art objects, the collected funds of which will go to help the Ukrainian military. They will be transferred to stabilization points and medical institutions of the city of Zaporizhzhia.

The exposition is represented by exhibits on military and patriotic themes: hand-painted national symbols of the NLAW and Javelin, shells and parts of projectiles with thematic drawings, parts of unmanned aerial vehicles and missiles. In total, about 300 military objects are exhibited.
Recently, the organizers of the exhibition, the charity fund "Ukraine — THIS IS YOU", purchased a charity lot on Violita's website. Large double ammo container. In the description of the lot, it was noted that the funds from the sale are planned to be used for the purchase of bases for nets and spunbond. The charity lot was put up for sale on May 19, 2024. And after three days it was already purchased. 
In their social networks, the foundation's volunteers call on Ukrainian military personnel to join the meeting in order to create better conditions for their treatment and help them overcome difficult moments in life.

The military exhibition is held every day from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Lavina shopping center, fifth entrance, address: 6D Berkovetska Street, Kyiv, 04128.
Come and join an important cause!

Source: facebook.com
             violity.com

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