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Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Denmark has decided to help Ukraine in a number of areas.
Here, you can find information on which types of support Denmark is providing.
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Denmark and Danish companies will be ready with help when the war-torn cities in Ukraine are to be rebuilt. Together with the Danish business community and the trade union movement, the government has set up a partnership to look at how Danish companies can contribute to the reconstruction work.
Read more here (in Danish):
Nyt partnerskab skal hjælpe med at genopbygge Ukraine (um.dk)
In terms of direct military contributions to aid the defence of Ukraine, Denmark has donated:
On 24 February 2022, the Danish Parliament gave its consent to make the following military contributions available to NATO:
On 21 April 2022, the Danish Parliament gave its consent for the following additional military contributions to be made available to NATO:
On 11 August, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced a new comprehensive donation package of approx. DKK 820 million to finance weapons and training. This took place at the donor conference #CopenhagenUkraine, where 26 countries meet in Copenhagen.
Denmark supports Ukraine with funding distributed through the EU, the UN and relief organizations. The money will be used for covering medical equipment, medicines, medical care, shelter, food, water, warm blankets and hygiene kits, psychosocial support, reunification of family members and protection of children and other human needs during the war. So far, Denmark has decided to support Ukraine and neighbouring countries with 668 million kroner.
Preliminarily distribution of the aid:
More information about Denmark's support for Ukraine here:
Humanitarian aid to Ukraine (um.dk)
A broad political majority support helping people fleeing the war in Ukraine. In addition to humanitarian support and emergency aid in Ukraine, Denmark will support neighbouring countries receiving most refugees. Denmark is also ready to receive Ukrainians in Denmark, as well as providing support to Ukrainians who are already in the country.
Information for Ukrainian citizens