The head of the U.S. Department of Commerce penny Pritzker and Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk on the last working day of the week issued a joint statement, which notes that the parties welcome the efforts of the administration of U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama to press Congress for the allocation of Ukraine the next credit guarantees in the amount of $ 1 billion, reports the U.S. Department of Commerce.
"Both sides welcomed the message of the Obama administration's intention to work with Congress to advance part of the allocation of Ukraine the next safeguards from North America 1 billion dollars ", - stated in the message of the American Ministry.
According to the statement, this consensus is the result of negotiations of bureaucrats, held in Kiev on the first day of the week. According to their results, Pritzker said that Obama is going to take steps to provide the 3rd tranche of macroeconomic aid to Ukraine for reforms in the country in the coming months in the form of loan guarantees for 1 billion dollars.
"in the spirit of the close partnership between our 2 countries, we note the continuation of our fruitful dialogue on the ambitious plans and economic reforms in Ukraine, and also the important role of the American private sector in strengthening business ties with Ukraine ", - is reported similarly in the statement.
the appeal of the US Department of Commerce also reported that Ukraine and the USA are focused on continued collaboration to accelerate economic reforms and strengthening of economic relations between countries.