The funds should be received this year.
"In recent years, almost a third of Estonia's humanitarian aid has been sent to Ukraine. We will continue to support it and help those in need," the statement said.
On May 20, the President of Ukraine and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Estonia signed a Joint Statement on the priority areas of bilateral cooperation. The document separately records Estonia's readiness to support the upcoming accession of Ukraine to the EU and the disposition to help our state achieve the membership criteria.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a meeting of Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas. Special attention was paid by the parties to the first-priority steps of Ukraine towards deepening relations with the European Union as the President’s Office.
Volodymyr Zelensky noted the strategic goal of Ukraine toward obtaining full membership in the EU and expressed gratitude to Estonia for traditionally active support in the implementation of this ambitious task.