The new Member States have received €3 305 million, while the Western Balkan countries – all of which are now candidate or potential candidate countries – have been granted €1 388 million. Assistance for €2 047.5 million has been approved for countries in the Mediterranean basin and €4 708 million for the Eastern Partnership countries, including €3 845 million for Ukraine. Ukraine is the country that has received most aid in absolute terms, while Kosovo is the country that has received most in per capita terms. The two countries that have benefited on the highest number of occasions are Ukraine and Moldova, with six operations each. Figure 2 shows the relationship between approved and disbursed assistance and between grants and loans grouped by multiannual financial framework (MFF) period.