Finland agreed on additional assistance to Ukraine
The funds will be used for humanitarian assistance and long-term development cooperation.
Finland will allocate an additional 70 million euros to Ukraine for development cooperation and humanitarian assistance. This was announced on June 28 on Twitter by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country.
“Finland’s long-term development cooperation in Ukraine is focused on education, the rule of law, energy and climate sustainability,” the Foreign Ministry said.
The agency recalled that earlier Helsinki allocated 21 million euros to Kyiv.
In addition to bilateral support, Finland provides assistance to Ukraine through the EU civil protection mechanism, and also allocates weapons through the Peace Support Fund.
About 28,000 Ukrainians applied for temporary protection in Finland.
Finland has decided to grant additional EUR 70 million to development cooperation and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
– MFA Finland 🇫🇮 (@Foreign Ministry) June 28, 2022