The United Kingdom will provide $500 million in loan guarantees to Ukraine.
In the longer term, Ukraine’s rebuilding and restoration will cost at least $600 billion.
President Zelensky: Ukraine’s liberation from Russian invaders is the only way to stop the food crisis
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes the only secure way to stop the development of the food crisis is to put an end to the war and liberate Ukraine’s territory from Russian invaders.
21 April 2022
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal discussed increasing financial support for Ukraine and stepping up sanctions pressure on Russia with U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
U.S. President Joe Biden has stated that the U.S. government intends to allocate an additional $500 million to support Ukraine's economy during the war, as well as to provide social benefits.
The Government of the United Kingdom has added 26 new designations to its list of sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
Russia has turned the site of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) into a military base, making the personnel work under the pressure of the Russian military.
Ukraine hopes that reparations to restore its infrastructure after the war will be paid, including at the expense of the assets of the Russian Federation frozen abroad.
G7 finance ministers pledged additional support to Ukraine exceeding $24 billion for 2022 and beyond, adding that they were prepared to do more as needed.
Ukraine tries to convince Western allies to shift part of Russia's shipments of natural gas from the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Ukraine's pipeline.
20 April 2022
Germany wants to end imports of Russian energy resources in the shortest possible time and already has a clear plan to cut off coal and oil imports from Russia.
On April 21, 2022, World Bank President David Malpass and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva will meet with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and Ukrainian Finance Minister Serhii Marchenko to discuss further financial aid.
UK has pledged almost £400 million in aid to Ukraine and will provide £220 million of humanitarian assistance to support countries receiving Ukrainian refugees.
19 April 2022
The Cabinet of Ministers is recording positive dynamics of Ukraine’s economic recovery compared to March.
The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its forecast for global economic growth to 3.6% for 2022-2023, predicting a “steep contraction” in Ukraine's GDP, largely due to the effects of Russia's war.
Russia's invasion has damaged or destroyed up to 30% of Ukraine's infrastructure at a cost of $100 billion. The reconstruction could be achieved in two years using frozen Russian assets to help finance it.
The National Bank of Ukraine changed account details for transferring funds in U.S. dollars (USD) to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine and for humanitarian assistance.
French President Emmanuel Macron says t France doesn’t need Russian gas and will continue to push for sanctions on Russian gas supplies.
A third of Ukrainian agricultural fields will not be used to sow wheat and other crops as a result of hostilities.
18 April 2022
Ukraine continues to work towards integrating into the European Union, particularly in the free roaming network and free payment space.
Ukraine will receive $500 million in financial assistance from international partners.
The next package of sanctions that the European Union is set to impose on Russia must lay down an embargo on Russian oil.
Continued economic support by Ukraine's partners is very important for rebuilding Ukraine.
17 April 2022
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky discussed with Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Kristalina Georgieva the issues of ensuring Ukraine's financial stability and preparations for post-war reconstruction.
In the coming months, the Ukrainian budget deficit could reach $5 billion therefore financial assistance from the West is needed more than ever.
As part of sanctions endorsed by the European Union, Russian-flagged ships are not allowed to enter Estonian ports from April 17, 2022.
As Ukraine continues to fight against Russia's unprovoked invasion and Russian troops continue to launch missile attacks and bomb Ukrainian cities and villages, killing civilians and destroying critical civilian infrastructure, the EU has allocated an additional EUR 50 million in humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable groups in all regions of Ukraine.
The head of the Ukrainian President's Office, Andriy Yermak, has said that an oil embargo could be part of the sixth package of EU sanctions against Russia.
Inflation in Ukraine will reach 10-20% this year.