Lithuania to give almost EUR 1 mln for support of Donbas in 2019 – Donetsk regional administration
Lithuania's government plans to give about EUR 1 million to support Ukraine. The funds will go to help villages, which have suffered as a result of Russia aggression, Donetsk Regional Military-Civilian State Administration head Oleksandr Kuts has said.
"Next year Lithuania's government plans to allocate about EUR 1 million to support Ukraine. The decision has already been made in principle," Kuts said on his Facebook page on Wednesday after meeting Lithuania's Ambassador to Ukraine Marius Janukonis.
Kuts said the ambassador said Lithuania wants to send the money to support settlements that have suffered from Russian military aggression.
"We discussed a number of facilities requiring funding, including schools, aqueducts, checkpoints. The Lithuanian side will take the final decision what to support," Kuts said.