MEDT in 2018, has attracted 50% more international technical assistance

MEDT in 2018, has attracted 50% more international technical assistance
21:16 Thu, 3 Jan 2019 Telegraph Interfax-Ukraine Photo: pixabay Business news: the Ministry of Ukraine raised almost $1bn of international technical assistance in 2018.

In 2018, the Ministry of economic development and trade (MEDT) of Ukraine attracted $953,2 million of international technical assistance, which is 50% more than the results of 2017.

“These funds will be used to implement 264 new projects, which are incorporated in the medium-term action Plan of the government”, – the press service of the Ministry on the Ministry page on the social network Facebook on Thursday evening.

Also, add in a press-service of Ministry of economic development managed to attract UN organizations for the period 2018 – 2022гг $ 675млн.

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“These funds will go to projects in the areas of: sustainable economic development, environment and employment, to ensure equal access to quality and inclusive services and social protection and other”, – told in the Ministry.

Moreover, the European Union in 2019-2024гг has allocated financial assistance to Ukraine in the amount of EUR 272.5 million Of them 104млн EUR – to support energy efficiency, EUR 55.5 million – to support public financial management for Ukraine, EUR 37 million to increase the capacity of state authorities of Ukraine to implement the Association Agreement with the EU and the deep and comprehensive free trade area, EUR 58млн on the effectiveness of the reforms in the sphere of vocational education in Ukraine.

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The US government has provided Ukraine $78 million in additional technical assistance.

“Countries and organizations providing the greatest assistance to Ukraine: EU, USA, Germany, Norway, UNOPS (UN office for project services – if), the EBRD, the European investment Bank, UN and others,” added the Ministry.

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