Norway has allocated EUR 3.6 million for theimplementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2021.
This was reported by the press office of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine.
“Norway announced a decision to allocate additional NOK 34 million (approximately EUR 3.6 million) for the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine for 2018-2021 in addition to NOK 10 million provided previously in the form of financial assistance,” the report reads.
Norway’s total contribution of NOK 44 million (approximately EUR 4.6 million) will be spent on Ukraine’s projects on reforms in areas defined as priority for Ukraine by the new action plan for 2018-2021. “The priority areas include further support for judicial reform, execution of judgments, reform of decentralization, fight against corruption, support for internally displaced persons, safety of journalists and others,” the report reads.