The United States Handed Over 89 Vehicles to Ukraine’s Border Guards and the National Police

Donated vehicles / Photo credit: the US Dept of State INL
Donated vehicles / Photo credit: the US Dept of State INL

In order to help protect Ukraine’s citizens during the russo-Ukraine war, the US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) donated a batch of vehicles to Ukraine’s security forces

Recently, the US Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs posted an eloquent Twitter post of a big number of vehicles which is about to be sent to Ukraine soon.

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The post says: “INL is pleased to support border guard partners and the Ukraine national police by providing vehicles to protect its citizens. In addition to recent armored vehicles, INL has donated 25 Mitsubishi L200 pick-ups, 35 Renault Duster SUVs, 16 4x4 personnel carriers, & 13 cargo trucks”.

Defense Express reminds that such vehicles are of high demand in Ukraine and a number of volunteer organizations keep searching for them for military needs as well. Illustrative photo below:

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Donated pickup truck with equipped MANPADS / Photo Credit: Taras Chmut
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