(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
According to Norwegian Ambassador to Ukraine Jon Elvedal Fredriksen, the activities in the embassy after the Maidan Revolution are seven to ten times higher now. Since the embassy was established in 1992, Ukraine has been a moderate bilateral partner for Norway. In particular, efforts have been made for sustainable energy, school and education, and not least a larger market for Norwegian seafood. Among the current work is support for internally displaced people, including through the Norwegian Refugee Council, which has now built a headquarters in Donetsk – in the area referred to as a high-risk zone by the EU. Reconstruction, food and fuel are being assisted by the war-affected villages. The Red Cross and various UN agencies also receive Norwegian support.
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