EU allocates another 50 million euros for humanitarian aid to Ukraine

The EU is allocating another € 50 million in humanitarian funding to support people affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine.

Source: The Press Service of the EU Council

€ 45 million is earmarked for humanitarian projects in Ukraine and € 5 million in Moldova.

Thus, the total amount of funding for EU humanitarian aid in response to the war reaches 143 million euros.

The funding is part of a € 1 billion support package pledged by the European Commission at a global event last week.

The new funding should meet the most urgent humanitarian needs through emergency medical care, access to safe drinking water and hygiene, shelter and protection, financial assistance, and support against gender-based violence.

See also: Only together Ukraine, Europe, and the USA can stop Putin, – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine


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