According to German development minister Svenja Schulze, Germany is considering transferring aid to Ukrainians forced to leave their homes because of the war.
"The bulk of our new aid, €200 million, is to go to a program run by the Ukrainian government to support internally displaced persons," Svenja Schulze for Funke Media.
"The money is intended to help ensure that the displaced people in Ukraine can continue to provide themselves with the most basic necessities," Svenja Schulze.
Schulze also announced his plans for the upcoming meeting with the prime minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal.
"I will speak to prime minister Shmyhal about how we can continue to support the Ukrainian government in caring for the displaced people," the minister Schulze.
According to the UN International Organization for Migration, due to the war, more than 7.000.000 Ukrainians were forced to pack their entire lives in 1 suitcase and flee to another region of Ukraine, fleeing the war.