Over $7 Bln Investents in the Security of Ukraine

by Olha Povaliaieva
Wednesday, June 2, 2022
Over $7 Bln Investents in the Security of Ukraine

During 3 Months of the War Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion, Ukraine's allies have provided support to the state with grants, weapons, loans, and humanitarian aid

On May 31, at a meeting of the cabinet of ministers of Ukraine, prime minister Denys Shmyhal announced the approximate total amount of investments in the security of Ukraine on February 24 — $7 billion.

"These are means of supporting the economy of Ukraine and our people in the face of Russian military aggression. We are grateful for such help," Denys Shmyhal.

We remind you that on June 30, the European Union decided on a partial embargo on Russian oil. Thus, the economy of the aggressor country will sink by $10-$25 billion and will lose the ability to finance the genocide of Ukrainians.

Forbes experts, focusing on 11 economic/humanitarian/diplomatic/ criteria, ranked the countries that support Ukraine the most. In 1st place is Poland, then — the USA, Estonia, Latvia, Canada, Lithuania, Great Britain, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Portugal. Germany was in 15th position.

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