Lithuania to transfer additional €10 million to Ukraine for emergency rebuilding needs
The government of Lithuania approved an aid package worth €10 million to help Ukraine with urgent rebuilding works. — Euroactiv reports.
The aid approved by the government is meant to help accelerate the rebuilding of Ukraine as many Ukrainians are seeking to return to their country while others have already done so.
“This government aid is the funds for critical infrastructure, basic needs, and essential services. The Ukrainians will prevail because the truth and the determination to defend and to build is on their side, and they outweigh the aggressor’s destruction and brutality,” said Prime Minister of Lithuania Ingrida Šimonytė.
“By helping Ukraine, we aim to speed up the victory and rebuilding of the country as much as possible,” she added.
The government’s aid will be transferred to the National Bank of Ukraine.