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EU Allocates Additional €5.5 Million in Humanitarian Aid for Karabakh Armenians

The European Commission, a branch of the European Union’s executive, yesterday announced an additional €5.5 million in humanitarian aid to support the Armenians displaced from the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

This funding comes in addition to the €12.2 million already announced by the European Commission in response to the mass exodus of Karabakh Armenians in September 2023.

Underlining the EU's humanitarian support to Karabakh Armenians, Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, said: “This is the first winter for thousands of Karabakh Armenians who fled to Armenia last Autumn. In these challenging times, it is our humanitarian duty to provide protection and assistance to the people most in need. With this new €5.5 million funding, we will aim to further strengthen the existing EU humanitarian response to the displaced people in Armenia, by providing them with access to basic services.”

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