«Electron» ambulances were highly appreciated by the President of Ukraine


On the 20-th of December 2014 during his working visit the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko attended Javoriv firing ground, where he presented to military units of the West operational command certificates for more than a hundred of weapons and equipments, they are: tanks, battle vehicles for infantry, artillery pieces, helicopters and up-to-date small arms.

Along with purely military equipment the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was acquainted with new models of other machinery, namely, with medical transport. In ATO zone one of the most burning issues is rendering medical aid to the wounded soldiers and civilians and their timely evacuation to the posts of specialized medical service. Therefore, there is a necessity in up-to-date vehicles of hyper cross-country ability. Only «Electron» ambulances of «ElectronMash» plant production (subsidiary of our Corporation) fully meet the requirements and conditions of work in ATO zone.

«Electron» medical vehicles were presented to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko by the president of «Electron» Corporation Yuriy Bubes and general director of «ElectronMash» Plant Stanislav Voytkiv. Besides high performance – high reliability, cross-country ability and dirigibility – «Electron» ambulance is furnished with appropriate medical equipment and devices required for rendering immediate emergency medical aid on the place and, according to the experts` estimate, is an optimal medicoevacuation vehicle, which is the most up to the requirements of urgent medicine in the places of difficult of access.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko personally examined the ambulance and gave it a high appraisal.


In the photo: the President of Ukraine, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the president of «Electron» Corporation Yuriy Bubes and the chairman of Lviv regional state administration Oleg Sinyutka by «Electron» ambulance.


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