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UK to allocate $42.6 million to Ukraine for humanitarian aid, increase of defense capacity

The money will be also allocated for the aid to 60 universities forced to leave Donbas
14:58, 27 June 2018

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The UK will allocate $42.6 million to Ukraine for the humanitarian aid and increase of the defense capacity. Boris Johnson, the State Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the UK claimed this at the international conference on the reforms in Ukraine that takes place in Copenhagen as 112.ua reported.

"During the next years, we will allocate $42.6 million for the humanitarian aid. We will continue to help the Ukrainian army to help you to defend the country and we will help Ukraine to fight against the disinformation of Russia. We will help with the clearance of the territories from mines, help those 60 universities that were forced to leave Donbas, we will help women, victims of the domestic violence," he said.

Related: Ukraine eyes €500m EU aid, while fighting corruption

As we reported the EU Council approved the allocation of one billion euro to Ukraine.

As we reported the European Commission has decided to allocate another package of macro-financial assistance (MFA) worth up to €1 billion to Ukraine for the support of the country’s effort to implement structural reforms and stabilize its economy.

Related: US Congress offers enlarge aid for Ukraine in 2019

On May 29, the Ambassadors of the EU countries on the behalf of the EU Council approved the agreement with the EU Parliament on the parcel of the macro-financial aid to Ukraine.

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