The collapse of Ukraine ought to be prevented, But no one wants to invest money into a bottomless barrel, commented circumstances with financial assistance to Ukraine Journalist Johan Bernd.
"The West knows that the salvation of Ukraine can be an expensive venture. How much is he finally ready to give, yet it is expected to find out, " - said the Journalist.
Johan reacted positively to the support promised by the Berlin Ukrainian President during his official visit to Germany. However, from his point of view, Petro Poroshenko in exchange for this support is obliged, finally, to give effect to the long-promised reforms ", which, except for the establishment of an independent judiciary, are required to contain and fight the illegal activities of officials and " oligarchic economy."
Journalist DW emphasizes that, apart from the hostilities in the East, these problems are a major obstacle to the stabilization of the Ukrainian economy. Ukrainian rich people still derive most of their funds abroad, and Poroshenko until now have not paid enough attention to this problem - maybe because he, being the owner of several organizations, belongs to the circle of oligarchs, suggests Johan.
The IMF Board of Directors blessed the four-year program of financial assistance to Ukraine in the amount of 17, 5 billion. Later, the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko said to stabilize the economy the country needs more financial support.