Biden spoke about U.S. plans to provide Ukraine with $220 million for reform


The white house plans to allocate Ukraine $220 million for the implementation of economic, political and energy reforms. This was stated by Vice-President Joe Bider during a meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman, reported on the White house website.

The money, expected to be aimed at accelerating customs reforms: the creation of a new center of customs control, as well as providing legal, regulatory, and infrastructure support.

In addition, the money will be allocated to the fight against corruption: support to reform of key elements of the system system, the implementation of the constitutional amendments on justice, which were adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on 2 June and programme reform of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko.

In addition, the report deals with the extension of sotrudnichestva USA with the Ukrainian authorities to combat corruption, as well as media and civil society.

June 3, Washington signed an agreement on the allocation of Kiev loan guarantee tranche of $1 billion In the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine noted that the issue of guaranteed bonds, the US will attract in the budget of Ukraine the funds needed to support the most vulnerable segments of the population, including those who suffered from the rise to the market level of gas prices.

Of the third tranche Kyiv and Washington have agreed in the spring. 1 APR Biden at the meeting with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the path to obtaining new loan guarantees from the U.S. open, the formation of the new government of Ukraine, “focused on reform and cooperation with the IMF.”