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2020 state budget bill passed for Zelensky’s sign

Parliament’s Speaker Dmytro Razumkov has already signed the document
15:30, 2 December 2019

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The draft law on the state budget of Ukraine for 2020 #2000 was passed for the sign to President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

The incomes in the sum of $41.276 billion are established, including the common fund in the sum of $40,222 billion and special fund in the sum $4.9 billion.

The expenses in the sum of $41.275 billion are established, including the common fund in the sum of $41,269 billion and special fund in the sum $5.2 billion.

It is supposed that the recovery of loans to the state budget will take place in the sum of $304 million.

The limit volume of the state budget deficit defined in the sum of $3.89 million.

The limit volume of the state debt as of December 31, 2020 is established in the sum of $82.5 billion and the limit volume of the debt guaranteed by the state is $13.1 million.

In 2020, the subsistence rate for one person for a month since January 1 will make $83.65, since July 1 - $87.4, since December 1 - $90.3.

Related: $400 million included in budget for procurement of medications, - Healthcare Minister

The expenses for national security will make $10.225 million (5.45% GDP). The money will be sent for:

- wages (with finance charges);

- medicine and dressing supplies;

- products;

- payment for utilities;

- creation, purchase, modernization and repair of armament and hardware;

- payment of one-time financial assistance in case of loss (death), disability or partial disability and other social payments;

- construction/ purchase of accommodation.

Related: Saving vs. earning: Ukrainian Cabinet wants to get more funds for 2020 state budget

On November 14, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the bill #2000 on the State budget of Ukraine for 2020 at the second reading and in general.

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