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Poland allocates over one million dollars humanitarian aid to Donbas

The money will be used to help the most vulnerable parts of society, including older people and people with disabilities
14:58, 29 September 2019
 
Poland allocated more than $ 1 million to solve humanitarian problems in the occupied territories of Donbas this winter. The funds were transferred to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the Polish representatives reported on Twitter.

5.2 million people in eastern Ukraine will survive the sixth winter in an armed conflict. The allocated money will be used to help the most vulnerable parts of society, including older people and people with disabilities.

According to the UN, the Donbas Assistance Fund for Victims of War is 32% full. The representative of the UN Secretary-General Stefan Duzharrik called on donors to raise $ 52 million for humanitarian aid before the start of winter this year.
 
 
Earlier, residents of occupied Donbas received 73 tons of humanitarian aid from the International Committee of the Red Cross.
 
And Germany allocated technical and financial support in the amount of 82 million euros to Ukraine. Ukraine's Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk reported this on Twitter.

“The great present to Germany to the inauguration of President Volodymyr Zelensky. Berlin allocates technical and financial support in the amount of 82 million euros to Ukraine for the internal reforms in 2019,” Melnyk wrote.

 
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