Commissioner Lenarčič in Sweden to discuss civil protection support for Ukraine and the EU's disaster resilience
On 4 May, Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, is in Stockholm to give a keynote speech at the “Forum Ukraine: Building Resilience for the Future”.
Ukraine joins the EU Civil Protection Mechanism
Today, Ukraine becomes a participating state of the EU Civil Protection Mechanism – the European solidarity framework that helps countries overwhelmed by a disaster.
Ukraine: private donations of generators channelled via rescEU energy hub
A delivery of emergency energy support coordinated via the EU’s private donation scheme has arrived in Ukraine. Some 169 generators donated by the Minderoo Foundation in Australia have been transported to Ukraine via the rescEU’s energy hub in Poland.
Ukraine: 2,000 Ukrainian patients transferred to European hospitals since the start of the war
To ease the burden on Ukrainian hospitals, the EU has been coordinating regular medical evacuations of Ukrainian patients, be they chronically ill or injured by the war, for more than a year.
EU opens new rescEU energy hub in Poland
Today, Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, and the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, are visiting the new rescEU energy hub in Poland that will act as a logistical centre for delivering emergency energy assistance to Ukraine.
EU and Ukraine sign €100 million for the rehabilitation of war-damaged schools
The European Commission and the Government of Ukraine have signed a €100 million support package for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of schooling facilities damaged in Russia's full-scale war
Standing with the Ukrainian people: EU delivers further energy support for the winter
At a time when temperatures across Ukraine have dropped to below 0, Russian attacks have left millions without reliable access to electricity, central heating and water.
Ukraine: EU delivers further energy equipment and emergency aid
The European Commission is coordinating a new aid delivery of over 1,800 tonnes in emergency assistance this month.
Ukraine: EU launches winter shelter programme and boosts humanitarian aid by €175 million
On 19 October, the European Commission announced a new emergency shelter and winterised facilities programme for Ukraine, as Russia's war continues to destroy civilian infrastructure. Furthermore, the Commission will provide an additional €175 million in humanitarian assistance.
Ukraine: EU brings together the humanitarian community to help protect Ukrainians from upcoming winter
In view of an effective and timely humanitarian response, the EU is organising the Humanitarian Senior Officials Meeting in Brussels today.