Third aid package for Ukraine will include funds for export credit insurance and investments risks
60 million euros will go to supporting Dutch companies that want to contribute to the reconstruction of Ukraine.
The Netherlands is allocating 102 million euros for the third aid package to Ukraine in 2023. Minister Liesje Schreinemacher for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation during the call informed about that First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Svyrydenko.
In particular, 60 million euros will go to supporting Dutch companies that want to contribute to the reconstruction of the country. This money is intended for export credit insurance to cover payment risks of investments and transactions in the country.
To help Ukraine prepare for the winter, 30 million euros will also be spent on purchasing gas and supplying parts for the electricity network. The remaining 12 million euros will go to support recently liberated areas and to the IMF, which provides technical assistance to Ukraine to implement reforms.