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Peace Ambassador Princess Angelika Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, initiator of the global One Mine One Life campaign and movement and Heidi Kuhn, founder and CEO of the Roots of Peace had visited Edinburgh for the UN Landmine Awareness Day and historical partnership for providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
The historical meeting in Edinburgh gathered together Forbes nominees and honourable speakers: Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, Heidi Kuhn, Tina Fordham for a joint humanitarian purpose.
Roots of Peace and The Royal Bridge Family Office, led by Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, initiator of the “One Mine One Life” movement and campaign have announced an official strategic partnership in bringing swift humanitarian aid to Ukraine amid reports of Russia’s illegal use of landmines along humanitarian refugee pathways out of Ukraine.
The partnership will immediately focus on bringing direct aid to Ukraine.
In assistance of international media, Heidi Kuhn and Princes Angelika also called upon the United Nations Directly to institute a new, 18th Sustainable Development Goal: the complete eradication of the estimated unexploded 60 million landmines worldwide.
In Poland, the team is organising complex support from volunteers to refugees who fled to Poland and send rapid humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and truck with humanitarian aid to the hospitals and field hospitals.
Since February 24, already 350 tons of humanitarian aid has been sent to Ukraine. Among others, 17 trucks with milk for infants. Last year team have sent 800 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
At the moment, several tracks are sent to Ukraine by the Polish Peace Corps and others are in preparation. Anyone who wants to support the organization of humanitarian aid for Ukraine, please support Royal Bridge Family Office, which is in partnership with the Polish Peace Corps.
Since February, several dozen tons of humanitarian aid, including food, bandages, medicine, equipment for the hospitals and field hospitals, and electric power generators have been collected and sent to Ukraine.
More than 3.25 million Refugees have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
We have to do everything in our power to support Refugees who flee the hell of war.
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