International financial support
Ukraine receives USD 2.7 billion from IMF
On April 3, the first tranche of USD 2.7 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been transferred to the general fund of the state budget of Ukraine.
Funding gap for rapid recovery of Ukraine in 2023 is $11 bln
Ukraine has huge recovery and reconstruction needs: the World Bank estimates that there is an $11 billion funding gap for such critical spending in 2023.
Ukraine will receive a USD 2.5 billion grant from the United States through the World Bank's Trust Fund
This is the second grant from the United States planned for 2023 for a total amount of USD 9.9 billion.
Canadian Red Cross donates over 220 million dollars in support to Ukraine
The participants of the meeting discussed the importance of focusing efforts on meeting the basic needs of Ukrainian patients in primary healthcare services.
The German government will allocate 1 million euros to support the green recovery of Ukraine
Representatives of civil society also emphasized the importance of establishing a working transparent mechanism for the transfer of equipment to rebuild municipalities.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with Richard Branson, who became the new ambassador of United24
The President noted that one of the priorities today is the reconstruction of our country, its infrastructure, in particular the educational one.
France ready to provide Ukraine with 2 billion euros in financial aid
Part of the funds will be used for Ukraine’s reconstruction.
Denys Shmyhal signed agreement in Washington to raise additional USD 200 million for restoration of Ukraine's energy sector
The funds raised from the World Bank will be used to rebuild the power grid and heat supply systems in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Sumy and the cities of Chernihiv region.
Ukraine will receive USD 3.5 billion from Japan in 2023
The parties discussed the needs of the State Budget of Ukraine for the priority areas of recovery and reconstruction of the country.
Grant Agreement for USD 400 million from Japan signed
The funds will be allocated under the Emergency Recovery Programme aimed at critical infrastructure. The Grant Agreement with the Government of Japan has been agreed at the end of March 2023.
Swiss government pledges additional $1.7 billion to Ukraine in long-term aid
These funds are in addition to the CHF 300 million ($337 million) in aid pledged by Switzerland in 2023 and 2024.
Ukrainian businesses will receive EUR 7.5 million in support from EC under EU’s Single Market Programme
Facilitating access to EU markets, promoting entrepreneurship, learning from EU business experience and modernising industry – these and other opportunities will be available to Ukrainian businesses under the EU’s Single Market Programme.
President Hoyer presents EIB’s new support package for Ukraine at IMF/WBG Spring Meetings
The initiative foresees the establishment of a Trust Fund which will enable European Union Member States, the European Commission, and other countries and donors to support reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine. The EU for Ukraine Fund will provide credit enhancement to EIB loans for both public and private sector investment.
Cooperation with DFC and USAID will help Ukraine attract investments for the reconstructin of the country
The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) will help the government of Ukraine attract public and private investments for the reconstruction of the country.
Lithuania to provide €10m to Ukraine, Moldova via World Bank
The new instrument will allow mobilising additional funds for reconstruction projects in Ukraine and allocating resources to Moldova, which is facing the negative consequences of the war.
Japan Contributes $471 Million to the World Bank in Support of Ukraine Relief Efforts
This contribution is part of a $5.5 billion pledge Japan made in February to help restore destroyed infrastructure and help the people of Ukraine rebuild their lives.
Resilience, Recovery and Reconstruction – Presentation and Steering Committee Meeting of the New Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine
The overall budget for the four-year co-operation framework is estimated at €50 million, making it the largest ever budget for a country-specific Council of Europe Action Plan.
Sergii Marchenko discusses rapid recovery funding needs with German and French officials
The parties discussed the economic situation in Ukraine, state budget and needs for financing rapid recovery.
Germany to Allocate Additional €111 Million for Ukraine's Recovery
The funds will be directed toward housing for internally displaced persons and supporting Ukrainian municipalities, such as repairing and equipping kindergartens, schools, and hospitals.