Poroshenko: No credit guarantees from West until Ukraine forms new government
The President informed that the USA will provide Ukraine with a $1 billion credit in case Ukraine forms new government
President Petro Poroshenko announced that Ukraine will lose credit guarantees from the West in case it doesn’t form a new government, he informed during his meeting with MPs from “Block of Petro Poroshenko” fraction, reported “Ukrainska parvda”, referring to a source.
“We must find the strength and form a new government. Only in this case Ukraine will receive a $1 billion credit from the USA. No new government– no guarantees from the USA”, - thePresidentadded.
On March 24 “Block of Petro Poroshenko” suggested the current Speaker of Verkhovna Rada for the position of Prime Minister as a specialist on decentralization.
According to Petro Poroshenko, the current political crisis in Ukraine must be solved by March 29.
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