The EU has agreed on funding for 50 billion euros for Ukraine
EU leaders On Thursday, we reached an agreement on the allocation of macro-financial assistance to Ukraine in the amount of 50 billion euros. The decision was supported by all 27 EU member states.
5 million Ukrainians left the country because of the war: what threatens their non-return
Last week, Ukrainians were confused by the statement of Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Sergei Leshchenko in an interview with the Swiss publication Tages-Anzeiger that European countries should stop paying aid to our refugees to motivate them to return home.
5 ways to survive until your salary if you run out of money
According to various estimates, from a third to a half Ukrainians have no savings and live from paycheck to paycheck. Therefore, any unexpected expenses or delays in payments become a real financial disaster. The Ministry of Finance decided to figure out how to survive until the salary when the money ran out.
Ukraine's national debt has doubled. How critical is this and how will it affect Ukrainians (video)
In this video, financial expert Alexey Kozyrev talks about the following: Ukraine’s public debt has doubled, why it is necessary to divide the internal external public debt, why Ukraine’s public debt is growing, how critical is Ukraine’s public debt , how Ukraine will pay off its national debt, what public debt other European countries have, how public debt will affect Ukrainians, forecast for the exchange rate of the dollar and euro for the period from February 1 to February 7.
Ukraine received $390 million from Japan
The state budget of Ukraine received about $390 million from Japan as part of World Bank projects aimed at social protection and agricultural restoration.