Germany allocates 195m euros for Jordan 2022–23 refugee response

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AMMAN — The German government has pledged 195 million euros to the Jordan Response Plan for the Syria Crisis 2022–2023, according to a statement by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation carried by Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

During the annual Jordanian-German negotiations for development cooperation, held in Amman, Jordan’s Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Nasser Al-Shraideh announced Germany’s allocation of 95.5 million euros in 2022 to support Jordan in hosting Syrian refugees.

The German side informed Jordan that the German government intends to provide around 100 million euros in humanitarian assistance for 2023 to support Jordan in its response to the Syrian refugee crisis, with the amount currently pending approval from the relevant German authorities, Shraideh said.

The ministry extended Jordan’s gratitude to Germany for its assistance, which has contributed to the implementation of a range of priority projects and allowed the Kingdom to meet the needs of Syrian refugee host communities.

Germany is Jordan’s second-largest donor after the US, providing over 2.7 billion euros since 1960, and carrying out projects in the Kingdom valued at more than 1 billion euros, according to a previous statement by the German Bank for Development.

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