The European Commission is allocating 10 million euros to support Ukrainian refugees and host communities in Moldova. The financial resources are part of a humanitarian aid package worth 110 million euros allocated by the European executive, of which 100 million euros are for operations in Ukraine. The European Commission announced this in a press release, as reported by IPN.
“As Russia’s war against Ukraine continues, the humanitarian situation in the country remains horrifying. The onset of winter continues to pose challenges to already vulnerable communities affected by the war,” the statement said.
Since February 2022, the European Commission has allocated 843 million euros for humanitarian aid programs to support civilians affected by the war in Ukraine. This includes 785 million euros for Ukraine and 58 million euros for refugees who have come to Moldova.