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Finance Ministry Fulfills State Budget Borrowing Plan For 77%, Attracts UAH 1,097.6 Billion For 11M

Finance Ministry Fulfills State Budget Borrowing Plan For 77%, Attracts UAH 1,097.6 Billion For 11M

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In the first 11 months of 2022, the Ministry of Finance fulfilled the plan for borrowing to the state budget for 77% and raised UAH 1,097.6 billion.

That follows from a statement by the Ministry of Finance, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

Actual government borrowing to the general fund of the state budget for January-November 2022 amounted to UAH 1,097.6 billion, or 77.0% of the planned for this period.

UAH 593.5 billion was raised from the placement of domestic government loan bonds to finance the state budget, including UAH 65.2 billion (USD 1,601.1 million and EUR 926.4 million) in foreign currency.

At the same time, due to the issuance of war government bonds, UAH 541.0 billion was raised, including through the acquisition of UAH 370.0 billion by the National Bank of Ukraine.

UAH 504.1 billion was raised from external sources, in particular:

- UAH 237.3 billion (EUR 6.7 billion) of EU loan funds under the new package of emergency macro-financial assistance;

- UAH 88.2 billion (SDR 2.0 billion) from the International Monetary Fund as part of additional financing under the Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI) emergency support program;

- UAH 47.1 billion (CAD 1,035.8 million and USD 392.8 million) of loans of the Government of Canada;

- UAH 20.6 billion (EUR 0.6 billion) of loans from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA) within the framework of the project Public Expenditures for Administrative Capacity Endurance in Ukraine (PEACE);

- UAH 18.2 billion (EUR 498.8 million) of IBRD loans under the Third Additional Financing of the project Public Expenditures for Administrative Capacity Endurance in Ukraine (PEACE);

- UAH 17.0 billion (JPY 78 billion) of the Japanese Development Agency's loan for development policy in the field of emergency economic recovery;

- UAH 14.3 billion (EUR 0.4 billion) of IBRD loans under the project Additional Financing for the Second Economic Recovery Development Policy Loan;

- UAH 12.6 billion (EUR 382 million) of the loan of the European Investment Bank (EIB) under the project Ukraine Agri-Food APEX Loan;

- UAH 9.7 billion (EUR 300 million) of loans from the French Development Agency;

- UAH 8.5 billion (EUR 257 million) of EIB loans under the project on the main loan for SMEs and mid-cap companies (APEX);

- UAH 7.6 billion (EUR 200 million) loan of the Italian government;

- UAH 4.8 billion (EUR 150 million) loan from the Credit Institution for Reconstruction (KfW) (“MSME - Financing of Covid-19” project);

- UAH 4.7 billion (EUR 149.3 million) of the KfW loan (project Economic Emergency Assistance Program);

- UAH 3.5 billion (USD 120 million) of IBRD loans under Ukraine Improving Higher Education for Results Project;

- UAH 3.2 billion (USD 111.6 million) of IBRD loans under AF2 to Ukraine Emergency COVID-19 Response and Vaccination project;

- UAH 2.9 billion (USD 99 million) of IBRD loans under Eastern Ukraine: Reconnect, Recover, Revitalize (3R) Project;

- UAH 1.6 billion (USD 54.6 million) of IBRD loans under Social Safety Nets Modernization Project;

- UAH 1.2 billion (USD 40 million) of IBRD loans under the project Second Additional Financing for COVID-19 Response;

- UAH 1.0 billion (USD 34.5 million) of IBRD loans under the project Accelerating Private Investment in Agriculture Program;

- UAH 0.2 billion (USD 7 million) of IBRD loans under Additional Financing to Serving People, Improving Health Project.

At the same time, payments for the repayment of public debt for January-November 2022 amounted to UAH 397.4 billion (plan 96.6%), maintenance payments - UAH 149.6 billion (plan 89.9%).

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, in the first 10 months of 2022, the Ministry of Finance fulfilled the plan for borrowing to the state budget for 89.7% and raised UAH 932.4 billion.



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