Japan will allocate $95 million to rebuild Ukraine

Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov noted on January 12, 2023, that the Japanese government has allocated 95 million dollars for the reconstruction of Ukraine, in particular, these funds will be sent to the United Nations Development Programme in accordance with the partnership agreement.

Source: Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov

The corresponding agreement was signed on January 12, 2023, by Japanese Ambassador to Ukraine Matsuda Kuninori and Assistant to the the Head of United Nations Development Programme, Director of the Regional Bureau of United Nations Development Programme for Europe and the CIS Ivana Živković with the participation of the Deputy Prime Minister for the Reconstruction of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov.

“The partnership of Ukraine, Japan and the UN Development Program is an example of effective cooperation that allows not only to counter the Russian army but also to gradually restore the destroyed. We expect that we will only deepen it, in particular in the matter of restoring critical infrastructure,” commented the Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister.

It is noted that Ukraine’s aid program is focused on five key areas. This is – strengthening the government’s ability to respond to the crisis and manage it; supporting public services so that they can continue their work; restorating of critical infrastructure; supporting the work of private enterprises, and strengthening civil society and social ties.

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