The United States, together with the international organization IREX, has launched a two-year program to support internally displaced persons in Ukraine. The program is worth two million dollars. This was reported by the press service of the US Embassy in Ukraine on Twitter.
"The United States pleased to launch a 2-year program with IREX that will integrate Ukraine’s internally displaced persons and build societal resilience in the face of Russia's aggression," the statement said.
Pleased to launch 2-year program with @IREXintl that will integrate #Ukraine’s internally displaced persons and build societal resilience in the face of Russia's aggression. #USUkrainePartnership @USEmbassyKyiv pic.twitter.com/tTaHaraA4T— Denise Natali (@CSOAsstSec) November 17, 2020
"During 2014-2020, within the framework of the UN humanitarian response plans, more than $ 500 million were attracted for humanitarian assistance to the affected population in Ukraine," the statement said.
In total, during 2020, assistance is provided to more than two million citizens who have suffered from hostilities in the region.
As of October 22 this year, the organization has already mobilized 82 million dollars for the implementation of the Plan.