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Information regarding humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

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First published:
14 March 2022
Last updated:


9 March 2022


ATISN 16129

Thank you for your request which I received on 2 March 2022. You asked for the following information: 

In light of the 'First' Minister's recent announcement making available £4m to assist with the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, may I ask from what budget this has money has come from; the £682.2m allocated to Covid-19? The £380m to protect ore NHS services? The additional £50m for contact tracing? The Hardship Fund? Post-Brexit funding? Free school dinners for Primary School kids? A free tree for all households?

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Yours sincerely