The small economies of Europe provide the largest share of their GDP to Ukraine.
CNN analyzed the international aid that countries have supplied to Ukraine and found that Norway and the Baltic states have allocated the largest share of their gross domestic product. As the analysis emphasizes, many of the smaller economies of Ukraine’s European allies have given Ukraine a larger share of their GDP than the US has.
It is reported that the US has allocated the largest overall amount of assistance to Ukraine (military, financial, and humanitarian) – about $113B. The European Union has provided a total of about $85.1B, which does not include the contributions of individual EU member states, which are considered separately.
At the same time, Washington’s contribution to military aid to Ukraine is 0.3% of the US GDP, while Norway and the Baltic states such as Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia spent a much larger share of their GDP on aid to Ukraine, with more than 1% each.