Ukraine largest debtor amongst South-East European countries.

By bne IntelliNews October 22, 2010
Ukraine ranks first in terms of financial aid among East-European countries, the International Monetarz Fund (IMF) has reported. Since the crisis hit Ukraine in autumn 2008, Ukraine signed agreements to attract USD 32.5bn. In particular, USD 25.7bn from IMF, USD 3.4bn from the World Bank, USD 1.3bn from the EU, other organizations-USD 2.1mn. Ukraine is followed by Romania with USD 26.3bn, Hungary with USD 25.4bn and Poland - 20.5bn. Kosovo and Moldova end the list. As reported, on July 29, the IMF has approved allocation of a credit to Ukraine to the amount of USD 15.15bn. The previous two-year stand-by program for Ukraine started in November 2008 and made up USD 16.4bn, out of these over USD 11bn was allocated in three tranches.

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