Kyiv is developing a financial plan that involves maintaining financial support from the IMF if the United States stops aid to Ukraine. The information is reported by Bloomberg.
A proposal for this plan will be presented to IMF representatives during their visit to Kyiv next week.
According to information received from anonymous sources, the plan includes guarantees of Ukraine’s creditworthiness, which is a necessary condition for obtaining loans totaling $15.6 billion if Washington continues to block financial assistance.
The head of the IMF mission in Ukraine, Gavin Gray, and his team will visit Kyiv on February 12.
Earlier it was reported that Colonel Vadim Sukharevsky was appointed commander of the UAV Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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