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Lithuania to allocate one million euro to support Donbas

The funds are planned to be allocated for the settlements damaged by the Russian aggression
23:10, 15 August 2018

Oleksandr Kuts

The Lithuanian Government is planning to allocate one million euros to support Ukraine in 2019. Chairman of Donetsk Regional Military-Civil Administration Oleksandr Kuts claimed this on Facebook after the meeting with Lithuanian Ambassador Marius Janukonis.

He noted that the decision is yet adopted. Lithuania wants to send money to support the settlements damaged by the Russian armed aggression.

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‘We have discussed a list of objects in need of funding: schools, water supply systems, checkpoints. The Lithuanian Government will make the final decision on where send the money to,’ Kuts added.

Earlier it was reported that the USAID was going to allocate $125 million for the development of economies in Donbas.

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