EU support to Ukraine: Council doubles funding under the European Peace Facility

EU support to Ukraine: Council doubles funding under the European Peace Facility

March 24, 2022

On 24 March, the Council adopted two assistance measures under the European Peace Facility (EPF) that will allow the EU to further support the capabilities and resilience of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. This EU support will help them to defend the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the country and protect the civilian population against the ongoing Russian military aggression.

The assistance measures will  increase the original budget announced on 28 February 2020 with an additional €500 million, thereby doubling its initial amount to €1 billion.

The agreed assistance measures will finance both the provision of equipment and supplies such as personal protective equipment, first aid kits and fuel, and military equipment and platforms, designed to deliver lethal force for defensive purposes. The duration of the assistance measure is also extended by 12 months.

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