Ukraine to receive $1 billion credit tranche from USA
Poroshenko and Biden discussed the newly appointed Ukrainian government
Ukraine is going to receive $1 billion credit guarantees from the United States of America, informed Vice-President of the USA Joseph Biden in a telephone conversation with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, reports press service of Presidential Administration.
Biden welcomed the new coalition and government in Ukraine. Poroshenko, in his turn, assured, that the new Cabinet of Ministers will pursue reforms and further cooperation with International Monetary Fund.
Poroshenko and Biden both agreed that it is necessary to appoint a new Prosecutor General as soon as possible.
Earlier, Ukrainian parliament voted for resignation of Yatsenyuk from position of PM and approved new government chaired by Volodymyr Groysman.
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