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The European Union and 18 other countries discussed Wednesday a United Nations Development Program plan to provide $166 million in assistance to Syria and neighboring countries that have been affected by its crisis.At the meeting ahead of a planned Jan. 15 Kuwait II Pledging Conference, participants agreed on the need for developmental assistance to compliment the international community's humanitarian response to the crisis in Syria. The UNDP's resilience-based development program aims to support communities affected by the Syrian crisis to address immediate needs, recover from short-term impacts and sustain their recoveries in the longer term.
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