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Ukraine receives $1.5 billion in new financial aid, prime minister says

Denys Smyhal, Ukraine’s prime minister, takes part in a news conference after the EU-Ukraine Association Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium, on 5 September 2022.

Denys Shmyhal (Ukraine’s Prime Minister) thanked the United States on Saturday (16 September) for their support after Ukraine received $1.5 billion more in international financial assistance.

“A $1.5 billion grant was made to Ukraine’s budget. Shmyhal tweeted that this was the last tranche of $4.5bn in aid from the United States via the @WorldBank Trust Fund.


He said that the funds would be used to budget expenses for pension payments and programs of social assistance.

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