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Ukraine not to impose strict restrictions during second wave of Covid-19, - PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

The government is trying to restore the country's economic activity
18:08, 28 August 2020

Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers
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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine will not consider the introduction of severe restrictive measures in the event of a second wave of coronavirus spread but will rely on adaptive quarantine and localization of disease outbreaks. This was stated by Prime Minister Denys Shmygal during a meeting with members of the European Business Association (EBA), EBA reports.

He noted that the Government was working on a systematic resumption of economic activity. In particular, on the development of a long-term development strategy of Ukraine until 2030, as well as on the implementation of the Economic Stimulus Program and the Government Action Plan, which contain incentives for various sectors of the Ukrainian economy.

Related: If Covid-19 incidence grows, only severe patients to be hospitalized in Ukraine

As we reported earlier, the Ukrainian government adopted the regulation to hold public external borrowing in 2020 through the attraction of credits from Cargill Financial Services International Inc.

"The credits will be attracted to implement the law On the state budget of Ukraine for 2020,” the message reads.

The total sum of the credit is up to 250 million euros.

Related: Almost 2,500 Ukrainians infected with Covid-19 in 24 hours

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