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Japan allocates $95 million to restore critical infrastructure of Ukraine

Japan allocates $95 million to restore critical infrastructure of Ukraine

The Government of Japan has allocated $95 million for the critical infrastructure restoration in Ukraine — the funds will be sent to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under a partnership agreement, as reported by the Ministry of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine.

The assistance program for Ukraine focuses on five key areas:

  • strengthening the government’s capacity to respond to and manage the crisis;
  • supporting public services so that they can continue their work;
  • restoring critical infrastructure so that people can return home safely;
  • supporting private businesses so they can continue to operate, thereby supporting communities;
  • strengthening civil society and social ties.

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