Ukrainians bought more than 250,000 war bonds in Diia

According to the Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, Mykhailo Fedorov, when buying bonds in Diia, you do not need to pay an additional commission to the seller or tax on the income received.

“Ukrainians purchased more than 250,000 war bonds from Diia. This is almost UAH 250 million in aid for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Weapons, helmets, bulletproof vests, equipment, medicines. All to protect the lives of the military and the speedy de-occupation of Donetsk, Mariupol, Sevastopol, Energodar and other temporarily occupied cities. Each bond is an investment in the defeat of Russia, assistance to the military, and support for the Ukrainian economy,” Fedorov said.

After the outbreak of a full-scale war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, the Ministry of Finance began issuing war bonds in order to attract funds to the state budget to finance the deficit. The nominal value of one bond is UAH 1,000. The yield rate for hryvnia bonds ranges from 12 to 16% per annum, depending on the term.

The Cabinet of Ministers has an agreement with the Ministry of Finance and the National Bank that the latter will redeem military bonds in the amount of no more than UAH 30 billion monthly.

Since October 3, Ukrainians can buy war bonds in the Diia app and help the country’s economy during martial law.

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