European Union assistance plan for Ukraine presented in Lithuania
On November 6, in the Lithuanian Seimas, ambassadors of the countries participating in the Eastern Partnership Program presented the so-called “Marshall Plan” – the EU’s financial assistance plan to help Ukraine.
According to the plan, politicians are offering to allocate 50 billion euros to Ukraine for the promotion of small and medium-sized businesses. This would begin in 2018 and extend over a period of ten years.
“I would like to emphasize that this was first Lithuania’s plan to help Ukraine from 2017-2020, and then it became a European plan, again, thanks to the efforts of Lithuania. This plan is of particular importance …read more