Ukraine gets $12.7B from international partners since invasion

Ukraine gets $12.7B from international partners since invasion

Ukraine has received $12.7 billion from international partners since its invasion by Russia in late February, with the largest amount received in June-July.

That's according to Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine Kyrylo Shevchenko, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"Since the beginning of the war, international partners have announced the amount of financial support for the country at the level of more than $27 billion. These funds are being sent to ensure the basic needs of the budget. Currently, Ukraine's budget has received $12.7 billion. Ukraine received the largest amount during June-July, and this is more than $6 billion," Shevchenko said.

Read also: Ukraine's economy to contract by third in 2022 - NBU

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal earlier said that by the end of the year, Ukraine will receive another $20 billion in assistance and support from international partners.

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