ZAGREB (Croatia), March 3 (SeeNews) - The Croatian government approved on Thursday an urgent aid of some 1.8 million kuna ($264,000/238,000 euro) for Moldova to help Ukrainian refugees there, as the Russian assault on Ukraine entered its eighth day.
“It is a contribution to the difficult humanitarian situation related to Ukraine,” prime minister Andrej Plenkovic told a weekly cabinet meeting, as seen in a video posted on the government's website.
The aid includes electricity aggregators, tents, blankets, and masks.
(1 euro=7.562 Croatian kuna)
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