Japan opened $269 million line of credit to support Ukraine
Deputy Head of Presidential Administration informed about this during a briefing
Japan opened a $269 million line of credit for Ukraine, informed Deputy Head of Presidential Administration Kostyantyn Yeliseyev during a briefing aired by “112 Ukraine”.
“Japan has extended its financial aid policy for Ukraine. Prime Minister informed, that a line of credit in the amount of $269 million has been opened by an export-import insurance company to support Ukraine. The assistance will be significant for stabilization of economy and social situation in Ukraine." - Yeliseyev said.
On April 5-7, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko visited Japan. Thereafter, it has been announced, that Japan will allocate 3,5 million euros on construction of a nuclear waste repository in Ukraine and 13,6 million dollars on reconstruction of Donbas.
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