Ukraine likely needs $5 billion a month in financial assistance to keep its economy operating and the immediate priority was finding ways to fill that gap in the next three months, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.

The Washington-based financial institution will start work on a future loan program, but it was unfair to expect Ukraine to implement a far-reaching package of reforms at the moment, Georgieva told a news conference on Wednesday.

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On Sunday, the Kiev junta requested $50 billion in financial support from the Group of Seven (G7) nations and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to cover a budget deficit largely created by the military conflict with Russia.

The IMF and World Bank have approved more than $2 billion in loans to Ukraine since the beginning of Russia’s military operation in the country.

Meanwhile, the World Bank said it was preparing nearly $1.5 billion in extra funds to allow essential Ukrainian government services to continue and avoid hyperinflation.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2022.

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Don Chien
Don Chien
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24-04-22 11:58

Zalensky grinds through $7B a month and IMF is only offering $5B? That’s not even enough for Zelensky’s blow. The west is inconsiderate! And yes, if you’re wondering, beggars too can be choosers.

Roxangel1
Roxangel1
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24-04-22 12:00

This “loan” will never be paid back. It will not benefit a single Ukrainian, but Zelenski is likely villa shopping along the French riviera already..

Vidarr Kerr
Vidarr Kerr
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16-05-22 11:00

Or to buy more US weapons to continue the genocide in Donbass? He gets stolen money, just like they gave Juanita in Venezuela after they confiscated Citgo assets belonging to PdVSA.