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February 28 (SeeNews) - The Lithuanian government has allocated 750,000 euro ($839,250) in assistance to Moldova in order to help the country cope with the massive wave of Ukrainian refugees crossing its borders, following Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, Baltic media reported.
Lithuania's cabinet approved the allocation of the funds from the government financial reserve, Estonia-based news agency Baltic News Service reported.
Also on Monday, the Greek government announced it is sending humanitarian aid to Moldova, Slovakia and Ukraine, following a request from the European Civil Protection Mechanism, Athens News Agency reported on Monday.
Specifically, Greece will send health supplies and equipment
to Ukraine and tents, blankets, and waterproof clothing to Slovakia and Moldova, according to the news agency.
Latest data from Moldova's border police indicate that 67,317 Ukrainian citizens have crossed the border since February 24, when Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine.
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