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EU financial support package to rebuild greener and safer Ukraine


By Bryan Carter  & Sasha Vakulina

As Ukraine continues to fight for its freedom, the country’s economy is faltering, suffering its sharpest downturn in more than 30 years, with a 30.4% drop in GDP.

The European Union has provided financial and military assistance to Ukraine over the past 12 months, holding Ukraine up as a symbol of European solidarity and safety from Russia, even paving the way for Ukraine to join the EU in the future, after granting it candidate status in June 2022.

In Kyiv on 2 February, alongside 15 European Commissioners, President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen said: “Europe has been by Ukraine’s side since day one, because we know that the future of our continent is being written here.”

This, as the EU announced a new €450 million assistance package for 2023, which brings the total financial support to Ukraine from the EU, its Member States and European financial institutions to around €50 billion.



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