Denmark allocated 65 million euros to support Ukrainian reforms

Denmark has allocated 65 million euro towards a 5-year strategy to support reforms in Ukraine, as was announced by the Prime Minister of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, at a joint briefing with President Petro Poroshenko.

According to him, the funds will be allocated to support reforms in Ukraine in the areas of decentralization, anti-corruption, energy, and public administration. Rasmussen confirmed his full support of the sovereignty of Ukraine and its territorial integrity.

Denmark will also continue to support the efforts of Germany and France in the implementation of the Minsk Agreements. According to Rasmussen, international pressure on Russia should be maintained until their full implementation.

In September of last year, the EU and Denmark allocated 16 million euro to help fight corruption in Ukraine.

  Denmark, Ukraine