On Thursday, the World Bank (WB) Board of Directors decided to approve a $1.2 billion loan to Ukraine guaranteed by the Japanese government. This was reported by TASS Citing the World Bank press service in a written statement.
According to the document, these funds will be used to support 29 social assistance programs for “the most vulnerable population of Ukraine” within the framework of the Investment in Social Protection for Inclusion, Resilience and Efficiency in the social sphere (INSPIRE) project. protection.
The bank states that the $1.2 billion loan was provided under the guarantee of the Japanese government from the Advanced Required Credit Enhancement for Ukraine (ADVANCE Ukraine) trust fund and is part of international support aimed at meeting Ukraine’s financial needs in 2024.
It was also known in Ukraine in November. accepted Minimum foreign financing for six months. In November, the Ukrainian state budget received nearly two billion dollars from abroad. In particular, the European Union (EU) provided aid worth $1.6 billion.
Previously happened It is known why Ukrainian refugees in Britain had to return home.
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