The European Commission has transferred another 1.5bn-euro tranche to help Ukraine restore its infrastructure.
The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, wrote about this on Twitter. She also condemned “Russian strikes on Ukraine's grain storage and export infrastructure”.
"As Russia continues its ruthless war, we continue to support Ukraine," she said.
"More will come," she added.
I firmly condemn the Russian strikes on Ukrainian grain storage and export infrastructure.— Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) July 25, 2023
As Russia continues its ruthless war, we continue to support Ukraine.
Today we paid another €1.5 billion, to help keep the state running and repair infrastructure.
More will come. pic.twitter.com/09aVv5mpIh
The division of the World Bank which deals with private investments is considering investing 1.5bn US dollars in Ukraine's banking sector, agriculture and infrastructure.