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Ukraine's PM instructed Ministry of Finance to audit costs from ‘coronavirus fund’

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to him, country should see what these funds are going for
18:07, 17 June 2020

Ukraine's Prime Minister
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Prime Minister Denys Shmygal instructed the head of the Ministry of Finance, Serhiy Marchenko, to publish data on the use of the funds of the Coronavirus Foundation and conduct its audit. Shmygal announced this at a government meeting on June 17.

"The country should see what these funds are going to. I instruct the Ministry of Finance to audit the costs of the Fund, report, and publish this information. It should be updated weekly," Shmygal stated.

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The managers of these funds should also inform about the progress and effectiveness of the use of these funds.

"In fact, there are no cash expenses there and $75 million, but over $1 billion has been allocated," the prime minister said.

As we reported before, Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has decided to extend adaptive lockdown until July 31.

Given the increase in the number of coronavirus-infected patients, we will prolong the adaptive quarantine until July 31 this year. Today, we also will consider the updated approach to adaptive quarantine proposed by the Ministry of Health, which provides for the possibility of lockdown strengthening in certain regions if the situation requires such actions," Shmygal stated.

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