Copyright © 2021

The work of Euromaidan Press is supported by the International Renaissance Foundation

When referencing our materials, please include an active hyperlink to the Euromaidan Press material and a maximum 500-character extract of the story. To reprint anything longer, written permission must be acquired from [email protected].

Privacy and Cookie Policies.

European Investment Bank to allocate €450 million for Ukraine’s infrastructure recovery

Two critical infrastructure rebuilding projects are expected to receive their first funding tranches of €100 million each by the end of 2023, part of the total €450 million allocated for such initiatives.
Credit: European Investment Bank
European Investment Bank to allocate €450 million for Ukraine’s infrastructure recovery

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide €450 million to Ukraine for two critical infrastructure rebuilding projects, Ukraine’s Ministry of Community and Territorial Development announced on 2 November.

The first two tranches of €100 million each could be approved shortly, likely by the end of 2023, from the total €450 million allocated.

The funds will go towards:

  • The €250 million Ukraine Recovery III project, with a first tranche of €100 million, aimed at financing urgent social and municipal infrastructure repairs and construction of new basic infrastructure to support displaced persons and host communities.
  • The €200 million Ukraine Water Recovery project, also with a first €100 million tranche, intended to finance investments in water infrastructure directly damaged by the war or serving high numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs). This includes restoring water supply and sanitation, and addressing the fallout from Russia’s destruction of the Kakhovka dam.

The EIB aid comes under a Memorandum of Understanding signed in June 2022, envisaging approximately €840 million in EIB loan for priority Ukraine infrastructure recovery projects.

The funds will help rebuild Ukraine’s critical systems destroyed by Russia’s aggression and provide essential services for civilians impacted by the war. Securing financial support from European institutions affirms the bloc’s commitment to stand with Ukraine through rebuilding efforts.

Read also:

You could close this page. Or you could join our community and help us produce more materials like this.  We keep our reporting open and accessible to everyone because we believe in the power of free information. This is why our small, cost-effective team depends on the support of readers like you to bring deliver timely news, quality analysis, and on-the-ground reports about Russia's war against Ukraine and Ukraine's struggle to build a democratic society. A little bit goes a long way: for as little as the cost of one cup of coffee a month, you can help build bridges between Ukraine and the rest of the world, plus become a co-creator and vote for topics we should cover next. Become a patron or see other ways to support. Become a Patron!

To suggest a correction or clarification, write to us here

You can also highlight the text and press Ctrl + Enter

Please leave your suggestions or corrections here

    Related Posts