Estonian Foreign Ministry to allocate EUR 400,000 for cooperation projects with Ukraine.

The Estonian Foreign Ministry is accepting applications for cooperation projects with Ukraine, Georgia, Afghanistan, Moldova and Belarus for a total amount of EUR 1.22 million, according to the public broadcasting portal ERR.

"EUR 400,000 has been earmarked for Ukraine. It is intended for supporting good governance, including fighting corruption and implementing ICT solutions in public administration, as well as media and strategic communication, advancing small businesses and improving the education system. Preference is given to projects with a connection to eastern Ukraine, and aimed at women and internally displaced people," the report reads.

Some EUR 350,000 is intended for projects in Georgia, EUR 200,000 for projects in Afghanistan, EUR 150,000 for projects in Moldova, and EUR 120,000 for projects in Belarus.

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