Peace and stabilisation efforts: A total of DKK 33.7 million has been granted. Of this, DKK 20 million has been granted to initiatives under the Peace and Stabilisation Programme in Ukraine. The funds have gone to initiatives focusing on increased stabilisation, social cohesion, security, justice, trust and state legitimacy. Another DKK 13.7 million has been granted for prosecution efforts since the Russian invasion. The support has, among other things, gone to the work being done by the International Criminal Court in Ukraine, as well as a programme effort through DIGNITY focusing on the handling of victims and evidence. This includes funding the deployment of forensic technicians and expertise to document and investigate war crimes in particular. Denmark has also continuously contributed with secondments of civilian advisors to missions and organizations in Ukraine in order to contribute to the stabilisation and crisis management in the country.
Reform efforts: DKK 54 million has been granted to Ukraine through Denmark's Eastern Neighbourhood Programme since the Russian invasion. The funds have gone to programme efforts focusing on democratisation, human rights, sustainable green growth and increased energy independence.
In addition, Denmark provides indirect support in other areas, e.g. through co-financing of the EU's anti-corruption programme. But also through active efforts in selected areas of the UN and NATO.
Donations of mattresses, back cushions and blankets from the Prison and Probation Service as well as safety boots, thermal underwear, hats and trousers from the Danish National Police. 234 security vests for the Ukrainian border police.