The European Council will provide funding to strengthen defense systems under the European Peace Facility (EPF) in Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova. Relevant information was published on the official website of the Council of Europe.
"This assistance measure will help strengthen the capabilities of the Georgian Defense Forces. Including their ability to assist civilians in crisis or emergencies.
This measure will cost 12.75 million euros over 36 months," the European Council said in a statement on Georgia.
According to the statement, the measures include transferring non-lethal equipment, including the delivery of engineering and medical items.
Thirty-one million euros have been allocated for Ukraine and 7 million for Moldova. The West African country of Mali will also receive assistance.