UNIAN: EU allocates 5 million euro for Ukrainian households in proximity to Chornobyl Exclusion Zone

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The European Union has allocated 5 million euro for Ukrainian households living in proximity to the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone in Ukraine’s Kyiv region.

The funds were spent on medical and laboratory equipment to Ivankiv district hospital, the establishment of an information center, a 7,500-square-meter greenhouse for growing vegetables free from radioactive contamination, and a forest waste incinerator worth 1.25 million euro, radiological mapping of the area, and regular medical examinations for children in Ivankiv district in Kyiv region, the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine has said.

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