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The Netherlands will make a contribution of 60 million euros to the fund for the reconstruction of Ukraine.

The Netherlands will make a contribution of 60 million euros to the fund for the reconstruction of Ukraine.

The Netherlands will make a new contribution of 60 million euros to the Trust Fund for Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Reform of Ukraine (URTF), Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Kingdom Lishe Schreinemacher said on Thursday.

“At the World Bank’s spring meeting, I announced that the Netherlands will make a new contribution of 60 million euros to the Ukraine Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Reform Trust Fund (URTF) and another 40 million euros to the World Bank Group’s economic sustainability program, which specializes in on the Private Sector in Developing Countries (IFC) to help rebuild Ukraine,” the Dutch minister tweeted.


In early April, it became known that the Dutch government decided to allocate 274 million euros to Ukraine, including for the restoration of the country and its cooperation with NATO.