As reported by Censor.NET, money for the vehicles and humanitarian aid for the soldiers was raised by the residents altogether. Two minibuses were sent to the front line, one for soldiers of the 28th infantry brigade in Marinka, the Donetsk region, and another for Zoloti Vorota (Golden Gate) battalion in Shchastia, the Luhansk region.
"If we do not want the shells explode here, if we want our schools and kindergartens to be safe, as well as our homes, we must go there [to the east of Ukraine - ed.] to protect our borders there, and help our guys," Volodymyr Shershenetskyi, the head of the Ovidiopol district council, said on the video.
Local businessman Hasan Harunovych says: "This is my eighth time going there, we know what they [the army - ed.] needs."