July 25
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Canada will allocate a 38m-dollar aid package to Ukraine. This was announced by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, DW reported.

The Canadian Prime Minister's website says that the largest part of the package - about 14.5 million dollars will be directed to the restoration of Ukraine's energy infrastructure, which has been severely damaged in recent months by Russian strikes. About 11.2 million dollars will be used to support reforms in Ukraine to prepare it for EU accession, as well as to clear the country of mines.

In addition, about $10.8 million will be used for humanitarian purposes such as supporting war-affected children and adolescents, enabling the return of displaced Ukrainian children to their homeland, and assisting victims of war crimes and war-related sexual violence.

Finally, another $1.45 million will support the safe and secure operation of nuclear power facilities in Ukraine, with assistance from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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