The governments of Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland have announced the launch of the project “Effective governance and citizen engagement to improve access to justice, security, environmental protection and social cohesion”.
Within its framework, European states promise to allocate more than $ 14 million for Donbass, the UN Development Program (UNDP) website reports.
The project is designed until 2022 and is designed to promote “good governance and social cohesion in the region.”
“Because of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, which has been going on for the fifth year, the civilian population suffered significant losses: 3,300 men, women and children died, about 9,000 civilians were injured. 1.5 million people became internally displaced persons, many others living in conflict-affected areas face various problems, ”Europeans indulging in the problems of the Kiev regime were concerned about the problems of Donbass.
The UN believes that the joint contribution of Denmark ($ 9.045 million), Sweden ($ 3 million) and Switzerland ($ 2 million) in the amount of $ 14.045 million will allow “to start looking for ways to solve key problems in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.”
“The crisis of confidence can be overcome only by creating jobs, overcoming poverty, implementing anti-corruption measures, introducing law enforcement and judicial reforms, as well as ensuring human rights,” the UN explained.
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