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Germany assigns 1 million Euros to support those who suffered aftermath of Donbas conflict

This country remains Ukraine's main humanitarian partner in the EU in terms of funding the humanitarian programs
19:30, 3 September 2019

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German government allocated one million Euros to support the Ukrainians who suffered consequences of Donbas conflict. The German Embassy in Ukraine reported that as quoted by Yevropeiska Pravda.

"Germany supports the humanitarian events that the UN Refugee Agency has been holding this year with the grant in the amount of 1 million Euros", reads the message.

Thus, the Agency will be able to continue its humanitarian activity aimed to support the people who are affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine. These actions include repair works, winterization of the damaged living houses in the combat zone, social support of citizens who took in the internally displaced people, improvement of infrastructure near checkpoints, and consultations for those who need their administrative and legal issues solved.

Related: UN Refugee Agency sends 104 tons of humanitarian aid to Donbas

Germany remains Ukraine's main humanitarian partner in the EU in terms of funding the humanitarian programs; this year alone, it assigned 17 million Euros for humanitarian assistance so far.

Related: Red Cross sends 231 tons of humanitarian aid to occupied Donbas

 

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