"Drones for the Front" project: Help for Ukrainian defenders
Since the first days of the war, the Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation has been doing everything to bring our victory closer. The new project "Drones for the Front" was no exception. The goal of the project is to support the Ukrainian military in providing effective intelligence and neutralizing the enemy.
At the first stage of the project, a modern training complex was purchased, where fighters can train in conducting reconnaissance and controlling reconnaissance drones and kamikaze drones in extreme combat conditions. Ukrainian defenders can now learn proficiency in a variety of techniques, which will allow them to better use drones on the battlefield.
In addition, the project "Drones for the front" also provides for the purchase of equipment for real use at the front. In particular, at the first stage, 3 complexes for training, 9 kamikaze drones and a kit with a reconnaissance drone for snipers were purchased.
As of May 2023, 32 drones and sniper reconnaissance drone kits have been delivered.
Drones have become an important tool for the Ukrainian military, which uses them to destroy the enemy and save the lives of their comrades. At the front, Ukrainian drone operators perform reconnaissance, help determine the locations of enemy troops, and control the positions of our military.
The project "Drones for the front" is an important initiative that will help Ukrainian defenders to more effectively perform their tasks at the front.
We are approaching victory together!
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia on the territory of Ukraine, the Foundation has been actively helping soldiers and residents of the affected cities.
During this time, the Foundation has transferred assistance in the amount of over 36 million hryvnias (as of May 2023). In addition, the Foundation provides assistance constantly, increasing the amount of assistance every day. The Foundation provided food, water, and medicines to residents of the settlements of Kyiv Oblast, Izyum, Kharkiv, Soledar, Kupyansk, and Mykolaiv most affected by Russian aggression.
In addition, the Foundation provides SUVs, generators, radio stations, body armor, helmets, and optical sights to soldiers on the front lines. The fund does everything possible to help the soldiers and residents of the affected cities, which are subjected to military aggression of Russia.
Together to victory