Germany allocates €60 million for humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Monday, 27 May 2024

Germany is planning to allocate an additional €60 million for humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.

As reported by German TV news channel n-tv, the German minister stressed that the humanitarian situation in Ukraine's east remains highly challenging.

"There is a lack of everything. People have been suffering under Russian terrorist occupation for more than two and a half years," she said.

She added that the German government is working together with its international partners to deliver humanitarian aid to Ukraine.


In light of the recent Russian attacks on Ukraine, Baerbock stressed that comprehensive support for Ukraine is even more critical in these times.

Ukraine needs support in all dimensions in order to achieve peace, the German foreign minister stressed.

On Thursday, 23 May, Berlin announced a new batch of military aid to Ukraine, which included artillery shells, Leopard 1 AP tanks, machine guns, drones, rifles and ammunition.

Last Friday, the German government officially confirmed that it had delivered another IRIS-T air defence system to Ukraine.

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