On September 11, a press conference was held in Kyiv by German foreign minister Annalena Baerbock and her Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba. Ms Baerbock said that Germany intends to increase the volume of investments in the humanitarian sector of Ukraine by €20 million. The decision was made against the background of the approaching winter and the new heating period against the backdrop of the Russian war. Thus, in 2023, Germany transferred humanitarian support worth €380 million to Ukraine.
"We support Ukraine in its defence against Russian aggression economically, with weapons and humanitarianly. Of the €22 billion, Germany is the 2nd donor to Ukraine in the world," Annalena Baerbock.
In the summer, when the days are warm and long, Russia did not attack Ukrainian power grids. It is obvious that Russian terrorists are saving their missiles until winter comes, hoping to force Ukraine to make concessions.
Minister Baerbock also said that after the Russians are expelled from the Chornobyl exclusion zone, Germany will help Ukraine build a wind power plant in this territory.