EU allocates an additional € 3 million for health in Ukraine, Poland and Belarus
The European Union is allocating an additional three million euros to protect health in the border communities of Ukraine, Poland and Belarus.
This was announced on Facebook by the office of the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Vadim Priestayko.
“Support is being provided under the 2014-2020 Poland-Belarus-Ukraine cross-border cooperation program,” the statement said.
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has been informed that these funds will help provide all the necessary medical personnel, purchase new equipment, allow more testing for the coronavirus and create the possibility of cross-border cooperation in distance in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Earlier, the EU has already allocated nearly 24 million euros in 12 health projects to support hospitals, ambulances and other units located in the border region.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru