German bilateral assistance
(as of 02/24/2023)

Bilateral assistance

The Federal Republic of Germany provides intensive bilateral support to Ukraine in particular, but also to other partner countries that are geographically and strategically close. / Source: bundesregierung.de

Ministry Spendings Used where? Description
Federal Ministry of Health No data Germany Together with the Federal Centre for Health Education and the Robert Koch Institute, production of information materials in Ukrainian on topics such as Corona and vaccinations.
Federal Ministry of Justice €200,000 Ukraine Expansion of rule of law promotion in 2023, especially in Ukraine, against the background of the prospect of EU accession.

Joint specialised conferences (also online) and business visits on issues such as independence of the judiciary, anti-corruption/money laundering/strengthening the special investigation services, selection procedures for constitutional judges, on the basis of the work programme concluded between the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine and the Federal Ministry of Justice in November 2022 are planned and feasible.
Federal Ministry of Justice €55,000 Ukraine Various projects in cooperation with Ukraine within the framework of the Rule of Law Promotion Mission of the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation e.V., including online expert talks, training event, Multilateral Online Expert Day.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Ukraine Organisation of a meeting of G7 Justice Ministers on “Experiences of G7 countries in prosecuting the core crimes of international criminal law and ways to improve coordination, especially with regard to war crimes in Ukraine”.

Meeting with participation of Ukraine (UKR Minister of Justice and Prosecutor General).
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Ukraine Support the decision of the WIPO General Assembly 2022 to assist and support the Ukrainian IP system.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Germany Creation of a total of 14 new posts at the Attorney General's Office to establish two new units in international criminal law for investigations in connection with the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine.

One of the two new units mentioned (Unit S 6) has already been established and staffed with existing personnel. The second unit (TE 10) is expected to be established in spring.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Germany Accession to Ukraine's state complaint procedure against Russia before the European Court of Human Rights for human rights violations in the context of the war.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Germany Posting of information material and leaflets for Ukrainians on the website of the Federal Ministry of Justice in Ukrainian, for example leaflet for victims of a crime or leaflet on precautionary powers of attorney.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Germany Posting of information material for German courts and youth welfare offices on the website of the Federal Office of Justice and on the European Judicial Network in criminal matters-Justice Portal on family law issues in the context of the reception of refugees (especially children) from Ukraine.
Federal Ministry of Justice No data Germany Expert assistance to the Ukrainian government, mediated by the EU Commission, in the development of an insolvency protection system for package tours.