the mayor of EsteponaJosé María García Urbano, met this Tuesday with members of the Prosvita Associationwhich represents Ukrainians living in the town and those who have shown their solidarity towards this country, affected by the invasion of russia since the early hours of last Thursday, February 24. In addition, it has offered institutional collaboration and support for the collection of humanitarian aid materials and food in that country.

In this way, the citizens of Estepona who want to collaborate in the town can contact the Kozak establishments (located at Pasaje Victoria, 4) and Lavka (C/Zaragoza, 27) and the aid delivered at these points will be transferred to the Maydan Málaga Ukrainian Association.

Between help requested there is the delivery of generators, first aid medications, flashlights, batteries, blankets and sleeping bags, mattresses, winter clothing, baby food and canned and preserved food.

Last Friday, the Estepona Corporation Plenary approved an institutional declaration to express the defense of dialogue, harmony and respect for international law, in the face of the events that are taking place in Ukraine.

Also, as a sign of support and solidarity for the Ukrainian people, the City Hall of Estepona keeps illuminated with the colors of the Ukrainian flag the main enclaves of the Malaga town.

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