According to the radio station RMF FM, the European Peace Fund has allocated €500 million to Kyiv.

It is noted that European countries plan to put pressure on Hungary during the upcoming meeting of foreign ministers, as diplomats are outraged by the reluctance of Budapest to approve the tranche.

“It is impossible for a small pro-Russian state, which has exceptions to all sanctions, to dictate its position to the entire EU,” the radio station quotes one of the European diplomats.

The European Commission previously announced that they plan to transfer €1.5 billion in aid to Ukraine every month from March.

On January 17, it became known that the European Union sent the first tranche of assistance to Ukraine in the amount of €3 billion.