Japan to grant $170 million to Ukraine to rebuild critical infrastructure
Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister for the Reconstruction of Ukraine (Photo:facebook.com/MinInfra.UA)
The government of Japan will grant Ukraine $170 million in financial assistance to restore critical infrastructure and encourage economic development, the Ukrainian Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development said on March 9.
Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine and Minister for Communities, and Junichi Yamada, Executive Senior Vice President of Japan International Cooperation Agency, signed a grant agreement on behalf of their countries.
The document covers the following needs:
- equipment for humanitarian demining
- transport services
- power equipment and demolition waste management
- water supply and sanitation
- equipment for healthcare and education
- support for the agricultural sector.
The grant agreement also contains oversight measures to ensure transparency and effective use of the funds.
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