The European Union will provide €110 million in humanitarian aid to support Ukrainians affected by Russian aggression.
This was announced by the EU press service.
Out of the €110 million, €100 million will be allocated to support Ukrainians within Ukraine, while €10 million will be directed to assist Ukrainian refugees and the communities hosting them in Moldova.
The aid within Ukraine will include financial assistance, food, water, shelter, medical services, psychosocial support, and more.
Our commitment to the people of 🇺🇦 remains as strong as ever.
As the war continues, the onset of winter poses further challenges to the already vulnerable communities.
We’re reinforcing our humanitarian funding with €110 million to support Ukrainians affected by the war.
— European Commission (@EU_Commission) November 14, 2023
For Ukrainian refugees in Moldova, assistance will be provided in terms of housing, food, medical aid, education, and other essential needs.
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