La Nación / Paraguay receives the donation of seven fire trucks and three ambulances from Japan

About seven fire engines and three ambulances were donated by the Japan Firefighters Association to Paraguay. The cell phones will be destined for fire companies and service centers located in different parts of our country. As part of an agreement between the Paraguayan Embassy in Japan and the Japan Firefighters Association, the aforementioned donation was received.

The Farnesina highlighted this fact and confirmed that the furniture will be assigned to various firefighters, in order to contribute to the fight against fires and greater safety for the population in general.

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The beneficiaries are the Local Health Authority of Pilar, the Voluntary Fire Brigade of Pilar and the Local Health Authority of Villeta. For their part, those who received the new fire trucks are: the volunteer firefighters of Pilar, the volunteer firefighters of Villeta, the volunteer firefighters of San Antonio and the National Council of Voluntary Firefighters of Paraguay .

These vehicles will be shipped from Japan on June 28 and will be transported by the company Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd. (MOL), which in its desire to support this donation offers very favorable conditions for the beneficiary organizations.

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To date, the Japanese Firefighters Association has already donated a total of 121 vehicles (including fire trucks and ambulances) to the CBVP, the National Board of Volunteer Firefighters Corps of Paraguay, as well as the National Police, among other entities, under the current agreement with the Paraguayan embassy in Japan.