Romania and the Republic of Moldova, official discussions on refugee management in Ukraine – Capital
According to the Ministry of Interior, the meeting is a continuation of the official dialogue on February 11 with the Government in Chisinau.
In today’s talks, priority issues for the bilateral agenda were addressed, such as improving security in Romania and Republic of Moldova.
“The consultations focused on the main aspects related to the support of the European support of the Republic of Moldova of Romania, the joint access to non-reimbursable external funds in the field of security, the efficient management of the refugee crisis generated by Russia’s aggression on Ukraine. as well as cooperation within the multilateral formats of regional cooperation “, writes in a press release issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA).
We mention the fact that Romania, along with other European countries, is among the EU member states that have received an impressive number of war refugees.
That is why they will benefit from European funding of almost 250 million euros.
Romania, rewarded by the European Union for its help to Ukrainian citizens
Romania, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic will benefit from European funding of 248 million euros, the European Commission announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Romania and the rest of Europe will receive this emergency assistance from domestic affairs funds.
EU states can use those funds to provide immediate assistance to Ukrainian refugees, but also to increase their capacity to manage the EU’s external borders.
In addition, civil society organizations and local authorities have a key role to play in providing humanitarian assistance, so Member States will need to ensure that they also have access to this emergency funding.
In order to ensure that payments are made quickly, the European Commission will release the funds on the basis of good results, rather than on the basis of actual costs.
A global fundraising event for Ukraine in early April 9th
We note that this decision was initiated after the launch of the global fundraising event on April 9, entitled “Supporting Ukraine”, in the work of the European Commission committed to supporting Ukrainian refugees.
The European Commission will also make the remaining 152 million euros available, after obtaining the agreement of the budgetary authority, reports Agerpres.