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Volánbusz Donates 34 Buses to Ukraine

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Hungary's state-owned Volánbusz delivered 34 intercity buses to Ukraine, for use in war-torn regions of the country, on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Speaking in Solomonovo, a Ukrainian village across the border from Hungary, state secretary Levente Magyar said Ukrainian officials had earlier signaled the need for buses in areas hit by the war.

That need is greater now because of the impact of the burst dam in the area around Kherson, he added. 

Viktor Mykyta, the head of the Transcarpathian Regional Military Administration, thanked Hungary for its latest donation to Ukraine.

More of the buses than originally planned will be sent to Kherson, where tens of thousands of people must be evacuated, he added.

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