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Friday, August 11, 2017

Sands: Russia will not forgive the debt of Ukraine

The Ukrainian authorities are obliged to repay its debt to Russia in the amount of three billion dollars, the Kremlin’s position on this issue remains unchanged. On Tuesday said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The Kremlin’s position has not changed. We are talking about sovereign debt, confirmed the sovereign debt of Ukraine, which is subject to return”, – quoted Peskov Lenta.ru.

Earlier, the Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has warned Kiev that Moscow will vote against the allocation to Kiev the next tranche of financial aid from the International monetary Fund before the settlement of the debt dispute between the two countries.

Read the material MK: “Siluanov said the “fake” attempts by Ukraine to negotiate with Russia on the debt”

“Moscow has consistently advocated against any modification of the rules of allocation of new tranches for specific situations, under the immediate kind of political situation, what it is, in fact, in the case of Ukraine”, – said Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.

Note that the IMF needs to consider extension of financial assistance to Ukraine tomorrow.

Experts are sure that Ukraine will receive the IMF tranche, despite the position of Russia

In February, Russia submitted to Ukraine a lawsuit in London’s High court, demanding the return of $ 3 billion and the interest on $ 75 million.

In December 2013 Moscow bought sovereign Eurobonds Ukraine, and the line of credit was to be $ 15 billion. However, until the coup in 2014, Kiev managed to get only one tranche of 3 billion.


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