Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland announced the launch of the project “Effective management and involvement of citizens to improve access to justice, security, environmental protection and social cohesion in the east of Ukraine.” As reported on the UNDP Ukraine website, within the framework of the UN program, the project lasts until 2022.
It is noted that the new project will be fully integrated into the program for the restoration and development of the world in the Donbas. Denmark will provide $ 9.045 million for its implementation, Sweden – $ 3 million, Switzerland – $ 2 million.
The organization stressed that the trust of citizens living in the Donbass to government agencies should increase, and they will feel more secure if the capacity in administrative and law enforcement spheres and in the field of security improves. It is stated that the project will support the implementation of these changes.
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Earlier, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Ukraine, Osnat Lubrani, reported that the international organization’s systems needed $ 162 million to implement humanitarian projects. So, out of this amount, $ 135 million should be directed to critical priorities to assist the 2.3 million most vulnerable residents of Donbass.