Macron: The conference in Paris will help the Ukrainian people to survive the winter

epa09298624 France's President Emmanuel Macron addresses media representatives as he arrives on the first day of a European Union (EU) summit at The European Council Building in Brussels, Belgium, 24 June 2021. EU leaders meet in Brussels for two days to discuss COVID-19 , economic recovery, migration and foreign relations. EPA-EFE / JOHN THYS / POOL

French President Emmanuel Macron emphasized that today's international aid conference in Paris aims to help the "Ukrainian people survive this winter".

He said the focus is on providing short-term aid given Russia's attempts to "sow terror" in Ukraine by "cowardly" bombing the country's civilian infrastructure.

An international donor conference is being held in Paris today to mobilize aid for Ukraine and its infrastructure, destroyed by the Russian war.

About 70 countries, international organizations and the European Union will participate in the conference. The aim is to coordinate emergency assistance in the fields of energy, transport, agriculture and health care.

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