The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine has received a complete fleet of vehicles courtesy of the MK Foundation and its cyber community partners, aimed at enhancing strategic operations. This announcement was made by the border guards themselves and was also reported by BNNbreaking.

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Recent updates reveal that the 6th Border Guard Detachment soldiers have been provided with 50 vehicles, specifically minibuses, to aid them directly in their operational duties within the combat zone.

An official handover ceremony was held in the Volyn region, signifying a momentous occasion. The military expressed their appreciation for the high-quality minibuses, acknowledging their potential to significantly improve operational efficiency. Alexander Osoka, Director of the MK Foundation, emphasized in his speech the initiative’s primary goal: to expedite Ukraine’s journey to victory by ensuring the military is adequately equipped with vital resources.

Colonel Roman Kosmina, Deputy Head of the Sixth Border Guard Volyn Detachment for Arms and Equipment, expressed gratitude towards the volunteers for supplying Volkswagen T5 vans to the border guards. He emphasized that these vans are ideal for operations in the combat zone because of their spaciousness and maneuverability. Furthermore, their camouflage enhances their ability to evade detection by the enemy.

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The border guards also emphasized the versatility of Volkswagen T5s, noting their effectiveness in handling various tasks. These vehicles are frequently used for transporting cargo and facilitating the evacuation of the wounded. The MK Foundation maintains a consistent delivery of vehicles to the military, ensuring direct communication channels with the border guards.

They meticulously tailor the provided vehicles to meet the specific requirements of the border guards. Additionally, the foundation collaborates regularly with the NAVI esports team and the developers of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series to offer support to the military. Notably, the Maincast studio, backed by businessman Maxim Krippa, also contributes to this initiative.

So far, the foundation has successfully transferred over 160 vehicles to various military units, extending assistance to the First, Third, Fourth, and Eleventh Brigades. Dedicated to its mission, the charitable organization is actively preparing for additional deliveries of minibuses to strengthen military support.

The State Border Guard Service is optimistic about the potential enhancement of its units’ effectiveness, especially in regions where they are actively engaged in combat against aggressors. The provision of minibuses is expected to facilitate swift execution of combat missions and enable rapid movement, potentially playing a crucial role in saving the lives of military personnel in critical situations.