Ukraine expects $115b in long-term support from partners: PM

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Ukraine is counting on receiving 115 billion U.S. dollars in long-term support from its partners, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Thursday, reported Xinhua.

This year, Ukraine needs 14 billion dollars for rapid reconstruction projects, said Shmyhal, adding that Kiev is in talks with foreign partners over raising the necessary funds.

The prime minister listed the United States, the European Union, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the countries of the Group of Seven as key partners supporting Ukraine.

On Wednesday, Shmyhal arrived in the United States for a visit to discuss military, financial, and sanctions support for Ukraine, as well as investment and assistance for reconstruction.

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