Lithuanian government approves €10 million aid package for Ukraine's reconstruction

Lithuanian government approves €10 million aid package for Ukraine's reconstruction

The Lithuanian government approved a 10 million euro aid package for the restoration of Ukraine

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The Lithuanian authorities are going to allocate about €10 million for immediate restoration work to Ukraine, writes Euractiv.

According to Prime Minister Ingrid Simonyte, the Lithuanian government approved an appropriate assistance package for Kyiv.

"This state aid — it is funds for critical infrastructure, basic needs and essential services. The Ukrainians will win because they have truth and determination to defend and build on their side, and they outweigh destruction and cruelty", — said the head of the Lithuanian Cabinet.

According to Simonyte, Vilnius seeks to bring Ukraine's victory and the subsequent restoration of the state as close as possible by providing Kyiv with the necessary assistance. At the same time, she also stressed that the support package would be sent to the Ukrainian National Bank.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga