The press service of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) wrote this on its Facebook page.
"We keep updating records. Ukraine’s international reserves have grown to $20.7 billion. The last time the reserves exceeded this mark was in October 2013," reads the report.
The National Bank noted that such a rise in international reserves was due to the receipt of a loan totaling EUR 349.3 million from Deutsche Bank under a guarantee in support of state policy. This guarantee was approved by the World Bank last week.
"There are still two working days before the end of the year - and due to the already received funding from international partners and favorable situation on the currency market, Ukraine will finish 2018 with international reserves at the pre-war level," the NBU stated.
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