Norway will present a plan of long-term assistance to Ukraine for five years
The amount of assistance will be divided into military and humanitarian needs.
Government of Norway February 7 will provide parliament with a detailed plan for long-term support for Ukraine, designed for five years. In 2023, the amount will be distributed equally to military and humanitarian aid.
Vårt Land reports this, citing its own sources.
The specific amount of funds that is planned to be allocated under the program has not yet been is called, but emphasizes that support to Ukraine will be exceptional in terms of size and duration.
Approval of the program is expected to help Norway meet the government's target of spending 1% of GDP in aid in 2023.
< p>Recall that ex-commander of the PMC “Wagner” Andrey Medvedev, who fled to Norway, gave an interview to the local media and apologized to the Ukrainians.