The Lithuanian Finance Ministry will use this money to address the social aftermath of the Ukraine conflict. The ministry’s website reports. International financial institutions will provide the support.
In particular, one million dollars will go to the fund of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which supports inclusiveness. Another is the Council of Europe Development Bank, which supports social projects.
The EBRD program aims to create a business atmosphere and cultivate human resources. This will help employ war veterans, people with disabilities, etc. It additionally offers emotional assistance to these groups of people.
The Council of Europe Development Bank aims to assist people displaced within Ukraine and aid in the country’s recovery. The money will be used to take care of the needs and integration of IDPs, repair damaged houses, etc.