EU Proposes Up to $9.5 Billion in Short-Term Funding for Ukraine

The European Union’s executive body proposed for the first time to provide up to 9 billion euros, or 9.5 billion dollars, to help Ukraine pay its bills through 2022, in line with the plan. provide immediate short-term US aid.

This money, will need to be signed off by EU member states and the European Parliament on a 1.2 billion euro loan this spring, as Europe and its Western allies seek to help the President. Volodymyr ZelenskyThe government paid off its debt and continued to provide basic services to Ukrainians amid the Russian invasion.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/eu-proposes-up-to-9-5-billion-in-short-term-funding-for-ukraine-11652874623?mod=pls_whats_news_us_business_f EU Proposes Up to $9.5 Billion in Short-Term Funding for Ukraine

Edmund DeMarche

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