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Lithuania to allocate nearly 10 Million euros for rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers

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Lithuania to allocate nearly 10 Million euros for rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers

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The Lithuanian government will allocate nearly 10 million euros for the rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers, according to a statement on the Lithuanian government's website.

The funds from the Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid Development Fund are intended for the implementation of three projects.

Among the funding directions are the reconstruction of the Spinal Trauma Rehabilitation Center at Dnipro State University and the reconstruction of the Unbroken rehabilitation center in the village of Bryukhovychi.

Additionally, the Lithuanian government will allocate funds to strengthen institutions and organizations working in the field of rehabilitation and reintegration in Ukraine.

 

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