Norway will allocate 100 million dollars to Ukraine

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The Norwegian government has announced that it will allocate an additional 100 million dollars to Ukraine to support its energy sector.

Axar.az reports that this is stated in the information posted on the website of the government of the kingdom.

"Norway will allocate NOK 1.1 billion ($100 million) to meet Ukraine's electricity needs," the report said.

It is noted that more than 50% of the energy infrastructure in Ukraine has been destroyed.

2024.06.16 / 21:10
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