The European Union has allocated another 1.5bn euros in financial assistance to Ukraine, European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen has said.
"We are supporting Ukraine in its efforts to repair, recover and keep the state running. Today we paid a new €1.5 billion to Ukraine. And more will come, this year and beyond," she tweeted.
She noted that she had a "productive" meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who is visiting Greece.
"We discussed Ukraine’s progress on the EU path as well as our continued support in the face of Russia’s aggression. We'll continue working together to bring Ukraine’s grain to world markets and to provide economic assistance," she said in another tweet.