The destruction of the Kakhovka dam on 6 June caused devastating flooding. The Crisis and Support Centre (CDCS) of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs carried out several solidarity operations to help the displaced Ukrainian populations directly affected by the floods.
Convoys left France on 15 and 16 June, including mobile water treatment units provided by the Veolia Foundation.
These units, Aquaforces 2,000, can treat up to 40,000 litres of water a day. Six 10 m3 flexible water storage tanks are also on their way to be handed over to the NGO Solidarités International, which is operating on the ground.
This collaboration is part of the humanitarian freight programme managed by the Crisis and Support Centre of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs to support the Ukrainian population.
How does an Aquaforce 2 000 works?