Sweden gives another SEK 1.4 billion in financial aid to Ukraine

Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson announcing the Ukraine support package. (Fredrik Sandberg/TT)
  • Sweden is to give SEK 1.4 billion to Ukraine to help the civilian population through the winter.
  • The money will primarily be used for heating, electricity, shelters and healthcare.
  • Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and the Minister for International Development Cooperation Johan Forssell presented the support package at a news conference Monday.

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