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The war in Ukraine has been going on for eight months: aid from the countries of the world

Poland, Estonia, Latvia, the USA, and Lithuania took the first places in the "Friends of Ukraine" rating. In general, 40 countries can be considered friendly to Ukraine.

Ukraine has received €84 billion in international aid since the beginning of the war, according to the Kiel Institute of the World Economy. Out of this amount, €39 billion is military aid, €32 billion is financial, and €13 billion is humanitarian. Another €10 billion is spent on maintaining displaced persons.

But voting at the UN General Assembly for the withdrawal of Russian troops, the introduction of sanctions against Russia and the closing of its airspace, the inclusion of Russia in the list of enemy countries, and participation in the conference in support of Ukraine at the Ramstein base are considered main support for Ukraine. All countries from the rating have done everything above.

Eight countries in the ranking have recognized Russia/USSR genocide against Ukraine (in 2022 or earlier). Four countries have done it in part, others in joint statements.

Another rating criterion is the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the country. The record holder here is Bulgaria, which expelled 81 diplomats, Poland – 45, France – 41, Germany – 40. However, the expulsion of diplomats may not always be connected with the war in Ukraine. CITA missionaries provide humanitarian aid and arrange events for displaced persons and people in war zones.

They visited the cities and villages of the Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, and Mykolaiv regions,the most war-affected territories of Ukraine, bringing humanitarian aid there. And they had five trips to Donbas and Zaporizhzhya region, where they had outreach events and took part in church services. Children's camps and clubs were organized in the Mykolaiv region.
In Rivne, Zakarpattia, Ternopil, Chernivtsi, Khmelnytskyi, and Kharkiv regions, CITA missionary teams arranged the following activities for displaced persons: children's camps and playgrounds, eye clinics,outreach events outdoors and indoors with food distribution, a charity trip for 60 people (orphans, migrants from Donetsk region (Bakhmut, Kramatorsk), residents of Rivne and Khmelnytskyi) to the Carpathians to have some rest and grow spiritually.

Thank you for supporting CITA WAR RELIEF FUND!

Your donations make it possible to help even more people.

Every $10 or ~ 380 UAH is spent on:

• 7 liters of gasoline ( 50 UAH or $1.4 per 1 liter).

• 1 food package (one person per month): cereals in assortment, 1 kg of sugar, 2 kg of flour, 1 bottle of oil, canned food.

• Serving 5 people at a charity eye clinic.

• 800 evangelistic newspapers (with a large circulation, the cost is 0.5 UAH/1 piece)

• up to 10 children staying at a day camp in a village (minimum 40 UAH per child).

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