The European Union will provide humanitarian assistance totaling 83 million euros to support people affected by the war, with the majority of the funds allocated to Ukraine, according to the European Commission’s website, Report informs, citing RBC-Ukraine.

“Russia’s targeted attacks on Ukraine’s key energy and civilian infrastructure like hospitals, schools, and power grids are seriously hampering people’s access to basic services. With each new shelling, more and more Ukrainians are left homeless and in need of assistance and shelter in freezing conditions,” the statement said, adding that an estimated 14.6 million people in Ukraine need humanitarian aid.