First, I assume you're talking about Azerbaijan. I didn't quite hear the translation, but I'm sure it's that. I don't think we should be using drones in conflict zones, because it muddies the waters, especially in that conflict, where drones were too often used to launch weaponry and harm people. I don't know that people can tell the difference between a good drone and a not-so-good drone, so I wouldn't use them in that.
Ensuring that aid reaches the right people and isn't taken by the wrong people and sold for weapons or weaponized is something that all humanitarian aid agencies lose sleep over, and they really work on that. We're no exception to that. Every aid agency has roles and protocols, etc. that we follow to make sure that aid reaches the right folks.
While we really push the agenda of using drones, there is a time and a place to use them, and I don't think we're quite at the point of using them in that conflict zone. We did not use the drones to deliver those kits to those families. As you know, with that conflict many of those families have fled that area and gone into a different zone now, which is where those kits are being distributed to. We have the highest amount of confidence that they're not going to the wrong folks.
And then remember: We're providing hygiene kits and water purification solutions. These things cannot be weaponized.