Japan granted Ukraine $1,8 billion aid, - Jaresko
The Minister pointed out that $1 billion will be allocated for the reconstruction of Bortnychi aeration station
Jaresko announced that Japan granted Ukraine $1,8 billion aid. Natalie Jaresko informed about this during a briefing, aired by “112 Ukraine” TV channel.
“Japan’s aid to Ukraine amounts to $1,8 billion. $1 billion will be allocated for the reconstruction of Bortnychi aeration station”, - the Minister of Finance Natalie Jaresko pointed out.
Ambassador of Japan in Ukraine Shigeki Sumi stated that these funds are necessary for the Cabinet of Ministers to further reforms.
“Japan considers that this help is important for Ukrainian Government to continue implementing reforms. This is a turning point for Ukrainian Government and Ukrainian people”, - he added.
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