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Amid threats from RF. Denmark to provide Ukraine with additional 22 million euros in aid

Denmark will provide Ukraine with additional assistance to strengthen the security sector. Photo: Pixabay

Denmark will provide Ukraine with additional assistance to strengthen the security sector. Photo: Pixabay

The Danish authorities decided to support Ukraine with an additional 22 million euros in aid amid threats from Moscow. The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmytro Kuleba reported this.

Quote"I am grateful to my colleague and friend Jeppe Kofod for his timely visit to Donbas testifying to Denmark’s solidarity with Ukraine amid the unacceptable threats from Russia. I highly appreciate the decision to allocate an additional 22 million euros to strengthen Ukraine's security sector. This is a manifestation of true friendship," the Minister noted.

Context. This weekend, Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod visited the contact line in Donbas. He called on the Russian Federation to de-escalate and noted that Denmark fully supported the sovereignty of Ukraine.

In addition, Coford condemned a massive cyber attack on the government websites and the portal Diia that took place on the night of January 13-14.

"Such unacceptable attacks could lead to further escalation and must be stopped immediately. Denmark and the EU are ready to provide assistance and further strengthen our cyber cooperation with Ukraine," the Danish Minister stated.

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