During an almost two-week tour of Ukraine, company representatives Pavel Motel and Martin Polak visited Vinnytsia, Dnipro, Mykolaiv, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk (and even Liman), Izyum, Kharkiv, Kyiv and Zhytomyr. Meetings were held in all cities with representatives of volunteer organizations and businesses, local self-government bodies and authorities, military and communal services. The main mission of the trip and meetings is humanitarian and charitable, namely: the identification of objects for the supply of autonomous installations for the restoration and improvement of the quality of drinking water supply, as well as the study of the needs for remediation (ecological restoration) of soils, ground and surface waters affected by pollution , caused by the military aggression of the Russian Federation. As a result of familiarization with the situation in different regions of Ukraine, work has already begun on processing the received information and drawing up a plan for targeted specific assistance to the affected areas and objects. In the near future, it is planned to supply ten drinking water purification plants for the needs of Mykolaiv, Donetsk, Zhytomyr and other regions. And the cleaning of a pond polluted by oil products from an oil depot in the village of Kalynivka (Fastiv district) may become a pilot project for remediation (ecological restoration) by the DEKONTA company. Given the military situation in the country, as well as the lack of funds in the budgets of local self-government bodies for these projects, DEKONTA will seek funding from the government of the Czech Republic. At the same time, all these projects have a real chance of being completed. Plans are drawn up, tasks are clear, let's begin implementation. We hope that this visit will be the beginning of active activities of DEKONTA, a.s. in Ukraine. For possible cooperation and detailed information, please contact the representatives of the company in Ukraine - Volodymyr Morozov (email@example.com) and Vadym Honcharuk (firstname.lastname@example.org). In the photo: fragments of meetings and inspection of the contaminated object.