U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield visited Moldova on April 3-4, 2022. During her official visit, the Ambassador met with government officials engaged in the humanitarian response, with Ukrainian refugees, and with NGO partners and United Nations agencies working to aid the refugee population.
Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield reaffirmed the United States’s ongoing commitment to delivering humanitarian assistance to those impacted by Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified war.
U.S. Representative to the United Nations Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield met with representatives of the UN country team and humanitarian organizations today in Chisinau, Moldova. Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield and the representatives discussed efforts by UN agencies, international partners, and non-governmental organizations to ramp up support for and capacity to assist refugees from Ukraine in the Republic of Moldova.
U.S. Ambassador to UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield met today with Ukrainian refugees at U.S. – supported Caritas Moldova.
Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield toured a UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency facility in Moldova – where critical supplies are collected to support Ukrainian refugees.
U.S. Ambassador to UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield announced that the United States would provide an additional $50 million to help the Government of Moldova and its people cope with the impacts of Russia’s brutal and unprovoked war in Ukraine.
United States Announces $50 Million in Additional Assistance to Moldova in the Context of Russia’s War Against Ukraine
U.S. Representative to the United Nations Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield met with Moldovan President Maia Sandu today in Chisinau. Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield and President Sandu discussed Moldova’s generous and welcoming response to the humanitarian crisis caused by the Kremlin’s devastating war against Ukraine.