Canada provides Ukraine with 2 billion Canadian dollars in aid to support the budget

Canada has transferred 2 billion Canadian dollars to Ukraine to support the budget, including social programs, with total aid amounting to 7 billion

Denys Shmyhal and Justin Trudeau
Denys Shmyhal and Justin Trudeau / t.me/Denys_Smyhal

Canada has transferred financial aid amounting to 2 billion Canadian dollars to Ukraine, as announced by the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal, on March 20 in his Telegram channel.

This aid is intended to support the Ukrainian government in financing the budget deficit, including social assistance programs for the population.

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Since the beginning of the war with Russia, the total amount of financial support from Canada has reached nearly 7 billion Canadian dollars (over 5 billion US dollars).

Denys Shmyhal expressed gratitude to the Canadian government and people for their unwavering support and alliance during these challenging times.

Earlier, the Netherlands announced military support for Ukraine in the form of F-16 aircraft ammunition and reconnaissance drones worth 350 million euros.

Also, the Pentagon expressed concern over delays in providing US aid to Ukraine due to risks of worsening the situation on the ground.

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