To the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko sent a draft law on ratification of the Memorandum with the EU, involving the allocation of the country 1, 8 billion Euro loan.
The ratification of the Memorandum between Ukraine and the European Union, signed at Riga Eastern partnership summit ", is required to approve the Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko. On Thursday a draft law gave him to sign." The law is aimed at the President, " - said in the report, published on the Internet office of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. A Memorandum of understanding implies that the Union of European States will provide Ukraine a Loan of 1, 8 billion euros. The story is about a package of macro-financial assistance in the amount of three tranches of 600 million euros. The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko assured the commissioners of the European Union that their funds will not go on the conduct of hostilities in the Donbass. The loan will be provided to Ukraine in the next 10-15 years with a two percent annual rate. These rules are revised on the basis of the output of the European Commission on external borrowing market, said RIA " Novosti ". As reported by the print edition OPINION, June eleven magazine "Apostrophe" citing a source in the Ukrainian government has published an article about the fact that Ukraine is not allowed to pay billions of dollars of debts of Russia and other creditors. The Agency Bloomberg referring to the Deputy Director of the IMF David Lipton informed about what financial support of economy of Ukraine will be continued even in case of failure of negotiations of the Ukrainian government with private creditors. Ukraine insists on the cancellation of fifteen, $ 3 billion debt - that is how much it owes to "reduce costs" in the service of the external debt under the program of assistance of the IMF. The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on June 6 said about taking from Japan credit of $ 1, 1 billion dollars to upgrade wastewater treatment facilities Bortnychi aeration plant in Kiev. Japan will also provide loan guarantees to Ukraine on 1, 5 billion dollars to ensure financial stability. About this during the visit to Ukraine, said the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe. In March the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko said that the West is obliged to provide Ukraine with additional financial assistance except for a package of 40 billion dollars, because the country is bankrupt will cost more.