Local telecommunications company Melita has continued extending its support to existing customers and newly arrived refugees affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
The company’s support includes providing SIM cards and free mobile credit to refugees arriving in Malta from Ukraine and funding humanitarian supplies being delivered to Ukraine by the Ukraine Community Crisis Centre.
“As we have done previously with Afghanistan, Melita is responding to these very difficult circumstances by offering all the support we can to help customers stay in touch with loved ones who are still in Ukraine or who are now refugees,” Melita CEO Harald Roesch said.
“Together with our employees, we are also working hard to provide as much humanitarian aid as we can to those affected, and I would encourage everyone else in Malta to join in this effort,” Mr Roesch continued.
Melita is also refunding calls and data charges for its customers who have loved ones in Ukraine.
The company’s charitable efforts also include refunding calls and data charges for its customers who have loved ones in Ukraine and assisting newly arrived refugees who are applying for jobs with Melita in the relevant paperwork.
Individuals wishing to assist the Ukrainian Community Crisis Centre, which is part of the Honorary Consulate of Ukraine in Malta, can contact the Centre on +356 99204051 or on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pauline Micallef was speaking after Yachting Malta took part in the Cannes Yachting Festival.
He said that the improved rating comes ‘despite unprecedent circumstances which have affected both the local and international markets’
He was the entrepreneur who brought the Toyota car brand to Europe more than 60 years ago.
The authority conducted a mystery shopping exercise to assess the quality and compliance of investment firms.