Amsterdam announced that they have sent 40 million euros to support Ukrainian farmers
PARIS, April 15 – RIA Novosti. The Netherlands this week allocated 40m euros to the World Bank program to support Ukrainian farmers. knowledgeable Lishe Schreinemacher, Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, on Saturday.
Schreinemacher on Twitter: “This week we’ve channeled 40m euros into the World Bank Group’s (IFC) economic sustainability programme. This will ensure greater food security as well as access to finance for Ukrainian farmers.”
Earlier, the Dutch minister announced that the Netherlands will make a new contribution of 60 million euros to the Ukraine Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Reform Trust Fund (URTF).
In early April, the Dutch government decided to allocate 274m euros to Ukraine, including the restoration of the country and cooperation with NATO.
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