The ministry said the money would be used for humanitarian demining equipment, energy equipment and destruction waste management and other needs.
Japan will allocate $170 million to Ukraine to restore the energy infrastructure damaged by the Russians. This was stated by the Ministry of Infrastructure on Facebook.
“The corresponding Grant Agreement was signed by the Vice Prime Minister for the Reconstruction of Ukraine – Minister for the Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov and Junichi Yamada, Executive Senior Vice President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), coordinating the official assistance of the Japanese government to other states,” — the message says.
According to Kubrakov, the nighttime missile attack of the Russian Federation on March 9 on peaceful cities clearly shows the world how insidious the Russian occupiers are. However, Ukraine is supported by international partners.
“This will provide for the basic needs of Ukrainians needed to return home and support the economy,” the minister said.
The department also named the projects for which the money allocated by Japan will be used:
equipment for humanitarian demining; transport service; power equipment and waste management destruction; water supply and drainage; medical equipment and equipment for the provision of educational services; to support the agricultural sector.
Recall that DTEK explained why Ukrainians turn off the power during Russian missile attacks. If the rocket hits the transformer, then most likely the network or even the generation object itself will be damaged due to a sharp power surge. Then the repair work will be delayed, because the specialists will have to restore the entire system, and not just one link.
Bloomberg journalists also reported that the Kremlin is using British firms to launder loot in Ukraine. The UK government suspects Russian-controlled companies are now trying to use the war in Ukraine for financial gain. An employee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation was deregistered as the head of one of the companies, whose home address is indicated as an apartment in the center of Moscow.
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