The European Commission is coordinating the delivery of essential supplies to support the Ukrainian civilian population via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. This is to support Ukraine`s preparedness efforts for all possible scenarios.
“Once Ukraine asked for our assistance, we have been working around the clock to help the authorities,” said European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič. “Immediate civil protection assistance is on its way. Already Slovenia, Romania, France, Ireland, and Austria have made the first offers and I expect more assistance in the coming days from other EU Member States.”
The initial assistance offered via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism includes:
Assistance is coordinated by the EU Emergency Coordination Centre, which is in constant contact with the Ukrainian authorities.
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