The Ukrainian government from September 1, will raise the minimum wage And subsistence minimum, which will need about 10 billion hryvnia (about five hundred million dollars), said the Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk during the program " 10 minutes with Prime Minister ".
"We together with the President decided against the need to increase social standards. Current law provides that from 1 December, the subsistence minimum And minimum wage increase, but We have worked hard to find financial resources And to increase the minimum wage And subsistence minimum, and accordingly wages for Ukrainians since September 1. And This decision has been made ", - said Yatsenyuk, RIA " Novosti ".
according to his statement, financial resources must have been detecting for increase of salaries, pensions And other social benefits amount to about 10 billion hryvnia (about five hundred million dollars). Yatsenyuk added that the Parliament introduced a law that stipulates the increase of the social standards for almost 12 million Ukrainian Residents. The Prime Minister Also said that the default in Ukraine will not happen." Our enemies And political opponents expected default And the collapse of Ukraine. It was not And is not going to happen. We know what to do And are doing, " - said Yatsenyuk. Remember that Kiev had reached agreement with creditors to write off 3, $ 6 billion bond debt totaling approximately $ 18 billion. Against this background, the international rating Agency Fitch downgraded the long-term chart Issuer default ratings of Ukraine to the level of " default inevitable." While Kiev has asked the Russian Federation " to accept the rules of writing off other creditors ". Also, the Ukrainian side said that the Russian Federation in case of disagreement with the terms of the debt restructuring of Ukraine may enter into individual dialogues. However, the Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov said that Moscow will not do it. The Russian Minister Also said that the $ 3 billion that Russia received from Ukraine, is expected to be spent on development of infrastructure. Kiev Also promised that the international creditors of Ukraine will receive additional payments from Kiev, if by 2020 the economy will grow more than the forecasts of the international monetary Fund. The US has urged lenders to begin without delay to perform the steps for restructuring the debts of Ukraine.