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The reserve will include both loans and grants. It is also expected to encourage donors other than the EU to step up.
“This financial reserve will allow us to really calibrate our financial support according to the evolution of the situation on the ground, because we all know that a war requires at most flexibility from us,” said von der Leyen.
She added that since the beginning of the Russian full-scale war against Ukraine, the country has received €30 billion directly from the EU budget.