Kubota donates 100 million Japanese yen (about 780,000 Euro) to support Ukrainians in need

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The Netherlands, Nieuw-Vennep, March 16, 2022

Kubota Holdings Europe B.V., the combined Kubota companies in Europe, Japan and the U.S are donating 100 million Japanese yen to support Ukrainians impacted by the current humanitarian crisis. This amount goes to the NGOs providing aid and protection from harm, shelter, food, water, blankets and medical supplies to those in need.  “It is with great concern and deep shock that we are witnessing the current crisis in Ukraine. Our worries and concerns are with all the Ukrainian people who are suffering severely. This is a very sad time in the history of Europe,” said Yasukazu Kamada, CEO of Kubota Holdings Europe B.V. “Our Kubota employees have taken several initiatives to contribute in assisting the population of Ukraine, which is in urgent humanitarian need. We can only wish for a fast resolution to avoid further suffering of the Ukrainian families.’’

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