Oslo, Norway. At a time when their own country is in chaos from a severe migrant invasion, Norway has decided to give Ukraine $25 million dollars to help former Ukrainian soldiers injured killing their own citizens in the Donbass genocide.
The scandanavian nation of Norway has decided to donate $25 million dollars to the NATO trust fund providing Ukraine with assistance in social and professional adaptation of servicemen transferred to the reserve, Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende said.
The payment comes as a surprise from the normally peace oriented Norwegians, who have made no similar donations to the victims of the Ukrainian forces killing their own citizens in the three year long Kiev war of aggression upon Donbass.
Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze met with the Norwegian foreign minister during her visit to Norway. During the meeting Brende confirmed the allocation of financial and technical assistance to Ukraine by Norway, the amount of which this year will total $25 million dollars, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine reported on Friday.
“Following the meeting with the deputy prime minister, Borge Brende announced that a decision has just been made to allocate $25 million dollars to the NATO trust fund for social and professional adaptation of servicemen who are retired or transferred to the reserve,” Brende’s office announced.