“Good to speak with @ZelenskyyUa today. I thanked him for #Ukraine's assistance getting #AmericansHome, including more than 200 @PeaceCorps volunteers. Together we continue to focus on reform and holding Russia accountable for humanitarian conditions in the Donbas,” Pompeo wrote.
Their conversation took place on April 6. The questions about potential loan guarantees from the United States to Ukraine were raised. According to Zelensky, that will allow stabilizing Ukraine's economy.
President of Ukraine also thanked the USA for the continued support of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and a sanctions policy on Russia.
As we reported earlier, according to the head of the parliamentary committee on finance, tax, and customs policy Danylo Hetmantsev, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) might provide Ukraine with the first tranche in the sum of four billion dollars right after it adopts the law on the banking.
“We have received the official letter, the statement from the IMF that there two conditions, if they are fulfilled, the funds will be transferred to Ukraine, to the state budget. According to our calculations, it should be about $4 billion of loan,” Hetmantsev reported.