Statistics: The volume of Western humanitarian aid to Ukraine decreased 1.5 times Statistics: The volume of Western humanitarian aid to Ukraine decreased 1.5 times

Statistics: The volume of Western humanitarian aid to Ukraine decreased 1.5 times

Statistics: The volume of Western humanitarian aid to Ukraine decreased 1.5 times

Data from the United Nations and donor countries to Kiev indicated that Ukraine received 1.5 times less humanitarian aid from the West in 2023 than in 2022, in which they disbursed $102.2 billion to it.

In 2022, Western countries allocated $102.2 billion to provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine, while in 2023 this amount amounted to only $68.6 billion.

The total volume of military aid provided to Ukraine also decreased from $48.5 billion in 2022 to $41.4 billion in 2023. 

In 2023, the United States was the largest donor country to Ukraine, as it allocated aid worth $44.6 billion (compared to $40.4 billion in 2022).

As for the European Union, which in 2022 topped the list of donors and provided aid to Ukraine worth $43.2 billion, it reduced its support to Ukraine in 2023 by 18 times to $2.4 billion.

World Bank aid to Kiev decreased from $18 billion in 2022 to $10 billion in 2023.

As for Japan, it increased its support for Ukraine from $1.4 billion in 2022 to $10.9 billion in 2023, becoming the second largest donor country after the United States, while Tokyo provided Kiev in 2023 only with humanitarian aid.

As for Germany, its aid increased over the past two years from $5.7 billion to $6.3 billion.

For their part, Britain reduced its aid to Kiev from $5.4 billion to $1 billion, and Canada from $3.4 billion to $1.3 billion.

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