Ukrainians Distribute Basic Food to Sesetan Villagers

Ukrainians Distribute Basic Food to Sesetan Villagers

Mr. Vladymyr with his wife Mrs. Viktoriia Mutian, posing Ukrainian citizen who lives in Bali, handed over thousands of food packages to Sesetan Village residents in need. The food packages, facilitated by the Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Denpasar Bali, Nyoman Astama, were handed over at Arga Soka Square, Banjar Pegok, Sesetan, South Denpasar, on Sunday (Aug 28). “This assistance delivery is related to the commemoration of the 31st Ukrainian Independence Day which falls on August 24, 2022,” said Astama.

Even though they are in a state of concern due to the state of war, apart from helping Ukrainians who are fighting in Ukraine, Vladymyr and Viktoriia Muntian also donated basic necessities to Sesetan residents who are really in need. ”The donation is in the form of 5 tons of rice prepared in 2,500 packages along with other basic needs, such as cooking oil, granulated sugar and instant noodles,” he explained.         

All forms of goods were made into food packages to meet the basic needs of families in need. The packages were then added by the Sesetan Village community leader, I Nyoman Nirka, as much as five tons of rice and additional instant noodles for a total of 2,500 packages. The food delivery ceremony was carried out by the donor in person to the recipients of the basic food.

Mr. Vladymyr Muntian stated that the basic food package is his concern as a Ukrainian citizen living on the Island of the Gods. The basic food package is expected to help ease the burden on people in Bali whose economy is in a slump, especially during the pandemic. “Apart from donating to the people in Bali, we also help and donate to Ukrainian citizens who are facing a situation of concern during the war in Ukraine in the form of food and drinks, cold clothes and sleeping equipment required,” he said.

Mr. Vladymyr admitted that he is very happy to welcome the people of Sesetan and Bali in general from the bottom of his heart. He was happy and received an award to be with the people of Bali. From the bottom of his heart, he also prayed, may God bless us all. “We have been living in Bali for almost 1.5 years. When we saw all the genuine Balinese we decided to stay for the rest of our life. So, we are Balinese, too. We really love the Balinese people. We are confident with one power in this world and a power in Bali,” he said happily.

Meanwhile, Nyoman Nirka hoped that the donation can help ease the burden on people who really need it. “Although the donation cannot meet all the needs of the community, our intentions are good and we have real concern as neighbors for the people in Bali and at Sesetan in particular. We hope this can increase the sense of brotherhood and share the same fate during this difficult pandemic, especially in August where the Republic of Indonesia also commemorates the 77th Independence Day,” he concluded.  (BTN/015)

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