Treasury written question – answered on 10th November 2022.
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the Answer of 5 September to Question 40737 on Ukraine: Military Aid, how much each Department contributed; and how much of each contribution came from a departmental under spend for this financial year.
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the Answer of 5 September to Question 40737 on Ukraine: Military Aid, how much funding is being provided by each Department; and how much of this funding comes from Departmental under spend in the 2022-23 financial year.
Earlier this year, the UK provided £1bn in additional support to enhance and sustain Ukraine’s resistance to the Russian invasion. This new funding came from contributions from UK government departments and the devolved administrations’ existing budgets.
All ministerial departments contributed capital from their 2022-23 budgets towards military aid for Ukraine. I refer the rt honourable member to the answer given by my predecessor (Simon Clarke MP) on 5th September 2022 to PQ UIN 14298 for the full list.
Most departments committed around 1.5% of their 2022-23 capital budgets.
These contributions will be formally confirmed at Supplementary Estimates, where revised departmental budgets will be published by HM Treasury in the usual way.
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