Germany to increase funding of ICRC in Donbas
Country allocated 7 million euros to ICRC projects in Eastern Ukraine earlier this year
The German Federal Government has allocated € 8 million to humanitarian activities and projects of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Ukraine for this year and next. Interfax-Ukraine reports this referring to the press office and public relations work of the German Embassy in Ukraine.
"Support is provided in the framework of the ICRC project - ICRC Assistance, Protection, Prevention and Cooperation Activities in Ukraine 2016-2017. Earlier this year Germany has already committed to support the 7 million euro to the project, but it was decided to increase the funding per million euro", the German Embassy in Ukraine reports.
Germany has funded ICRC humanitarian activities in Ukraine in the amount of 3 million euros in 2015.
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