Poland will contribute to NATO fund for Ukraine: report
September 5, 2014
Poland will contribute to a fund to help Ukraine that will see NATO countries paying in 15 million euros in total, Polish radio reported early Friday, quoting diplomatic sources.
The amount Poland will pay into the fund has not been specified, Polish radio added.
NATO leaders at summit in Newport, south Wales, Thursday pledged to provide support to help Ukraine improve its security.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the focus of
the support will be on four areas: rehabilitation for injured troops, cyber defence, logistics, and command and control and communications.