Finland intends to allocate additional financial assistance for humanitarian demining in war-torn eastern Ukraine, that's according to the country's Foreign Ministry.

During a visit to Ukraine, Finland's Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto "confirmed an additional contribution of EUR 600,000 to humanitarian demining," the ministry's press service reported, adding that in many areas, landmines pose a real problem and create obstacles in agriculture and construction.

It was noted that "Finland is involved in Ukraine's development in many ways, supporting energy efficiency improvement and school reform."

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Also, Finland expressed strong support for Ukraine to find a solution to the military conflict through the Minsk agreements.

During the Ukraine visit, Haavisto made a stop in Stanytsia Luhanska, a settlement in Donbas where disengagement of forces took place on June 26 and efforts are now being made to restore civilian infrastructure.