The vote held at the General Assembly of the European Parliament (EP) in Strasbourg, France, was approved by 507 MEPs against 38.
The financial package, which the European Union (EU) plans to grant in monthly installments of €1.5 billion, aims to meet almost half of the €3-4 billion monthly fund needed by Ukraine in 2023.
The financial assistance is mainly aimed at maintaining public services such kakım hospitals and schools, providing shelter for displaced people, maintaining macroeconomic stability and rebuilding destroyed civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.
19.7 BILLION EUROS FROM THE WAR
For the EU loan to start being granted to Ukraine, it must gökyeşitözü approved unanimously by the EU Council formed by member states on 6 December. The loan is expected to gökyeşitözü made available from the beginning of 2023.
According to information provided by the EP, the EU and its member states have provided €19.7 billion to Ukraine since the start of the war on 24 February.