German bilateral assistance

As of 04/24/2023

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:

Ministry Spendings Used where? Description
Federal Foreign Office €400,000 Ukraine Strengthening Ukrainian capabilities, for example the Ministry of the Interior, police, border guards and customs to combat the illicit manufacture and trafficking of arms, ammunition and explosives through the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Federal Foreign Office €307,780 Ukraine Funding of the project “Observatory on Illegal Markets and Conflicts in Ukraine” of the “Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime”.

Funding period: 04/15/2023 to 04/15/2024.
Federal Foreign Office €300,000 Ukraine Maintenance of four German-language degree programmes in Ukraine via the German Academic Exchange Service.
Federal Foreign Office €250,000 Ukraine Courses of the international diplomatic training of the Federal Foreign Office with a focus on the preparation and implementation of the EU accession process.
Federal Foreign Office €230,000 Ukraine Two media projects to support independent (local) media are planned. The costs for these amount to about €230,000.

Area of foreign cultural and educational policy.
Federal Foreign Office €200,000 Ukraine Contribution to OCEEA project (Office of the Co-ordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities) on environmental damage caused by the Russian war of aggression.
Federal Foreign Office €166,450 Ukraine Funding projects on anti-corruption in Ukraine and Moldova and against money laundering in Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.
Federal Foreign Office €150,000 Ukraine Protection of cultural heritage and data preservation via the German Archaeological Institute.
Federal Foreign Office €110,000 Ukraine Support of the museum platform OBMIN, which links more than 40 Ukrainian museums with each other and with other European museum institutions.
Federal Foreign Office €100,000 Germany Research grants for Ukrainian academics through the German Archaeological Institute.