Ukraine will obtain a EUR 150 million financial aid from Germany
At a meeting on May 17, the Cabinet of Ministers has endorsed a resolution to attract a soft loan of up to EUR 150 million from the State Bank of Germany “Credit Institute for Reconstruction” (KfW). The loan is provided for a period of 15 years, taking into account the grace period for the first payment of 5 years from the date of concluding the Agreement.
According to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, the financial support of Ukraine’s international partners since February 24 this year has reached more than USD 5 billion.
Ukraine will receive an additional EUR 150 million financial support from Germany, which increases the total amount of such assistance from Germany to EUR 300 million. This resource will be promptly used to support our citizens and rebuild critical infrastructureDenys Shmyhal
Besides, the Prime Minister highlighted that lately the Government had reached an accord on receiving a loan from the Government of Japan to the tune of USD 100 million and a financial aid from the World Bank amounting to USD 1.5 billion.