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Germany to provide Ukraine with 200 million euros in aid for IDPs
17:05, 04.09.2022

The money will be used to cover the needs of the migrants.

The German authorities have decided to allocate 200 million euros to Ukraine for internally displaced persons. This was announced by the Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany, Svenja Schulze, Deutsche Welle reports.

Most of our new aid, 200 million euros, will go to a program run by the Ukrainian government to support internally displaced people, Schulze said.

She noted that the money should go to cover the basic needs of IDPs.

Note that in Germany, 12 lands do not accept asylum seekers due to the large influx of Ukrainians. It is known that since the beginning of the war, more than 980,000 people have left Ukraine for Germany, recently it has been an average of 875 people a day.

Recall that over the six months of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) has increased again and amounts to 6.9 million people. Almost half of them have lost their jobs.

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