The Czech Republic is training 20 Ukrainian civil aviation pilots ї within the framework of additional assistance from the updated key infrastructure.
RBC-Ukraine reports this from a message on Twitter from the head of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, Jan Lipavsky.
“Ukraine urgently needs to update its key infrastructure, the unknown part of which is civil air transport. Moreover, the Czech Republic is starting 20 Ukrainian pilots,” said the head of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic.
Lipavsky also thanked the Prazkyi Technical University for assistance in the training of fachists and such necessary support.
Help to Ukraine not from the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is one of the main allies of Ukraine, Prague, from the first days of the large-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, has been providing not only humanitarian but also military assistance.
It was recently reported that the Ukrainian wars could continue and beginning in the Czech Republic in 2024. The Chamber of Deputies praised this proposal to the government.
Minister of Defense of the Czech Republic Jana Chornohova said that the country has issued licenses for commercial supplies of military equipment to Ukraine for a stash of approximately 1 CZK 17 billion (EUR 4.7 billion).
Later, it also became known that the Czech Republic will purchase ammunition for the RPG-7 from the fire fighting company STV Group to train the Ukrainian military in the amount of up to 2.5 billion crowns (110.1 million dollars).
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