Japan will provide Ukraine with energy equipment worth $40 million
The Japanese government agency for international cooperation Jaika will purchase equipment for transformer substations for Ukraine in the amount of about $40 million. The first deliveries of equipment are expected in the second half of 2023. This was reported in the energy company “Ukrenergo”.
Deliveries will last until 2025, depending on the timing of equipment manufacturing. Ukrenergo has already received over 30 generators from the Japanese agency. They are a safety mechanism for substations in case of renewed shelling. About this on Saturday, May 13, informs RIA News.
In March, it was reported that Japan will allocate to Ukraine $470 million in grants and will provide $400 million to restore critical infrastructure. The money will be used to purchase equipment and pay for services needed for restoration.
It also became known about the plans of the Japanese side allocate $165 million to Ukraine’s emergency recovery plan. The funds will be used, among other things, for the removal of rubble and mine clearance.