The G7 finance ministers confirmed their common vision of supporting Ukraine next year. Up to USD 32 billion has already been mobilized. This includes, in particular, assistance from the European Union in the amount of EUR 18 billion and a package of American support. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during a Government meeting on December 23.
“We have special hopes for cooperation with the IMF. The G7 countries praised the IMF Program Monitoring with Board Involvement. They urged to agree and implement a full-fledged program of cooperation between Ukraine and the IMF as soon as possible. We expect it to start in 2023,” Denys Shmyhal said.
The Prime Minister added that Ukraine also expects a loan from the World Bank and a support budget from Japan next year.