Turkey to grant $50 million credit to Ukraine
This credit granting is one of the G20 countries steps to support Ukrainian government, - Jaresko
The Intergovernmental Agreement about credit granting was signed by Ukrainian Minister of Finance Natalia Jaresko and Turkish Minister of Economy Mustafa Elitash on Monday during the visit of the Turkish delegation, headed by the Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu.
As reported, on February 11, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the signing of credit agreement in amount of not more than $ 50 million with a maturity of not more than five years with a rate no higher than 2.5% per annum.
This credit granting is one of the G20 countries steps to support Ukrainian government, said Jaresko.
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