The famous philanthropist does not stop helping the de-occupied Kyiv region.
American investor and philanthropist Howard Buffett handed over five Iveco flatbed trucks to law enforcement officers of the Kyiv region.
The cars will be used for emergency deployment and transportation of necessary equipment for effective recording of war crimes.
“Vehicles are multifunctional, their volume allows transporting a large amount of equipment,” the police press service notes.
As “Vechirnyi Kyiv” reported, American billionaire Howard Buffett will restore the police station destroyed by the invaders in Borodyanka.
Also, a benefactor recently presented 21 service dogs to the police of the Kyiv region, which were brought from the Netherlands, and they are currently undergoing appropriate training in the search for explosives, drugs and searching for people. The philanthropist also recently handed over GoPro cameras to the Kyiv police.
For reference. Howard Graham Buffett is a well-known businessman, philanthropist, ex-politician, photographer, farmer and eco-activist.
In the state of Illinois, where Howard lives with his family, he owns a huge farm with an area of 1500 acres.
It also has research farms in Arizona and South Africa. He is a proponent of no-till conservation agriculture.
At one time, he was a director of the Coca-Cola Company, Lindsay Corporation, Archer Daniels Midland Company, The GSI Group and other well-known companies and corporations.
91-year-old Warren Buffett is still increasing his fortune every month. At the same time, the businessman promised to give 99% of his money to charity.