The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine announced that it received receipts of about 190 million euros for salaries from the World Bank.
MOSCOW, May 8 – RIA Novosti. Ukraine received about 190 million euros from the World Bank for the salaries of civil servants and teachers. The Ministry of Finance countries.
In the message published on the agency’s website, “The general fund of the Ukrainian state budget received 189.32 million euros in financing from the World Bank. Funds were provided by the International Development Association (IDA) on favorable terms.”
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It has been clarified that the funds will be used to reimburse part of the state budget expenditures made in February 2023 to provide wages for employees and teachers of government agencies.
The IDA loan has a maturity of 10 years, with a grace period of 4 years.
In April, Ukrainian Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko reported that since 2022, foreign aid of 14 billion dollars and 1.2 billion euros has been withdrawn from the World Bank under the trust fund to finance the budget. Earlier, Ukraine reported that the budget deficit is about $5 billion every month, two-thirds of the budget comes from foreign loans and grants, while three-quarters of budget spending falls on military needs.
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