Sweden will allocate over 8.7 million euros to finance the Grain from Ukraine program
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Published Nov 28, 2023
Sweden is providing over 8.7 million euros in funding to Ukraine for the Grain from Ukraine program, according to Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson on social media. This initiative aims to contribute to global food security, contrasting Ukraine's efforts with Russia's aggressive war. Latvia has also contributed 50 thousand euros to the program, and the European Commission is expected to provide 50 million euros for port infrastructure upgrades.
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Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson reported this to Social Media X (Twitter). “I am pleased to announce that Sweden will allocate another 100 million Swedish krona (over 8.7 million euros) for the implementation of the Grain from Ukraine initiative through the World Food Program. “Ukraine continues to earn its contribution to global food security while Russia continues its war of aggression,” wrote Ulf Kristersson. Previously, the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia notified about the ...