EU will allocate 90 million euros to victims of the war in Ukraine

(ORDO NEWS) — The European Commission has made an announcement that 90 million euros will be allocated as humanitarian aid to the victims of hostilities in Ukraine.

This will provide the right amount of food, water, health care, housing, and other needs of the people.

The statement of the European Commission says that the humanitarian situation in Ukraine is deteriorating too quickly. Countries that are located nearby actively accept refugees and settle them in special camps.

In turn, the European Commission is trying to work on absolutely all fronts in order to provide emergency assistance.

Additional money will be allocated for emergency assistance programs for Ukrainian citizens who have suffered because of the war.

Financing will be directed to those people who are currently located not only in Ukraine, but also in Moldova. The money will be allocated for food and water, medical care, housing and other basic needs that no person can live without.

Janez Lenarcic, who holds the position of European Commissioner for Anti-Crisis Management, notes that it is the civilian population that today pays the most for military aggression.

Due to the fact that there will be a displacement of many Ukrainians, there will be an increase in humanitarian needs inside the country.

This will also be observed in neighboring countries, where citizens of Ukraine are trying to escape. The EU is trying to support the Ukrainian people as much as possible and therefore humanitarian aid will be provided immediately.

It is worth noting that in order to provide material assistance to Ukraine, a special EU Civil Protection Mechanism is used, which includes various proposals from 20 states. Already on February 27, the first truck sent by Slovenia arrived in Kyiv.


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