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Qatar’s PM Has Pledged 100 Million Dollars In Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine

Qatar’s Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani has pledged 100 million dollars in humanitarian aid to Ukraine on a visit to Kyiv.
The Prime Minister of Qatar said that this aid will be allocated to the reconstruction of health, educational and demining centres in Ukraine.

Sadaf Yarmal
29 Jul 2023
Qatar’s PM Has Pledged 100 Million Dollars In Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine

Mohammad bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, during his official visit to Kyiv, announced the aid of 100 million dollars to Ukraine.

He said that this aid would be delivered to Ukraine to prevent the deterioration of the humanitarian situation.

He has emphasized that Qatar’s aid will be allocated to reconstructing health, educational and demining centres.

 

The Prime Minister of Qatar added that his country also allocated six million dollars to support Ukraine’s grain export project.

“Continuing humanitarian aid, we pledged 100 million dollars in humanitarian aid to Ukraine to alleviate the dire humanitarian conditions in Ukraine, it will be channelled to the health, education, infrastructure, water resources and demining efforts.”

He also appreciated the efforts of the United Nations and the countries of the world to reduce tensions between Russia and Ukraine and demanded to keep all communication channels open to solve the crisis in Ukraine.

 

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky appreciated Qatar’s humanitarian aid to Ukraine and said that in his meeting with the Qatar Prime Minister, he discussed further steps to ensure global food security and continue the safe functioning of the grain corridor, the Peace Formula, including the return of children illegally deported by the invaders, the Ukraine Recovery Plan and Qatari investments.

“Thank you for the support and this visit, which is an important manifestation of Qatar’s support and solidarity with our country.”

After the start of Russia’s military attack on Ukraine on February 24, 2022, many countries, led by the United States, imposed severe economic sanctions on Moscow and pledged large humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine in return.

We discussed further steps to ensure global food security and continue the safe functioning of the grain corridor, the Peace Formula, including the return of children illegally deported by the invaders. The Ukraine Recovery Plan and Qatari investments.

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