The Dutch authorities intend to allocate 70 million euros to help Ukraine ensure a normal heating season.

“As winter approaches, the problems of Ukrainians only increase. Buildings, water supply and heating systems need urgent repairs. I told the World Bank that the Netherlands was ready to allocate 70 million euros specifically for this winter,” Liesje Schreinemacher, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, posted on Twitter on Oct. 13.

As reported, Dutch Minister of Defense Kajsa Ollongren said that her country would send anti-aircraft missiles worth 15 million euros to Ukraine in response to “despicable attacks on the Ukrainian cities.”

On the morning of Oct. 10, Russia launched a massive missile attack on the territory of Ukraine, killing 19 people and injuring more than 100. The critical infrastructure facilities were damaged, in some areas there were interruptions in electricity supply and mobile communication. In the following days, Russia continued its missile attacks on Ukraine.

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