The high representative of the EU on Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrel, announced in Chisinau about the allocation of Moldova non -lethal military assistance for 87 million euros.
The European Foundation of the World will provide non -lethal assistance in the amount of 87 million euros to strengthen national security, stability and stability in the defense sector, ”said Borrel at the opening ceremony in the Moldavian capital of the EU partnership EUPM Moldova aimed at“ Strengthening Sustainability ” Moldova.
The head of the EU diplomacy noted that this is not about lethal weapons, that the Moldavian army needs logistics and organization. “She needs many things that are not weapons, and this will be provided with this support in the amount of 87 million euros,” Borrel explained.
The EU Council announced on April 24 on the establishment of the Civilian Mission of the European Union in Moldova “to strengthen the stability of the security sector”.