People ask me how much humanitarian aid we have already distributed to Kharkiv residents since the beginning of the war. I think this question is simply unethical. This should not turn into some kind of competition: who, how much, what, in tons, trucks, etc. There are people who actively help Kharkiv and the residents of the city. And they do not use it to promote themselves. We have been purchasing and are purchasing products in hundreds of tons, the essential products. But it is cynical to measure aid in wartime solely in quantitative terms and meanly try to convert it into something and to wait for some kind of recognition or gratitude.