The European Commission plans to send another macro-financial assistance to Ukraine in the amount of up to €18 billion in 2023. This was stated by the head of the EC Ursula von der Leyen.
“It (the support package. – Profile”) will be provided in the form of loans on very favorable terms, which will be paid in regular installments from the beginning of 2023,” the EC noted. The macro-financial program will be provided to Kyiv “on very favorable terms”, writes Wednesday, November 9, TASS. In particular, there will be a grace period of 10 years, and the maximum loan repayment period will be 35 years.
Earlier it was reported that the European Commission intends to transfer to Ukraine until the end of 2022 another €3 billion exceptional macro-financial assistance.
In 2022, the EU spent €22 billion on Ukraine. At the same time, this amount does not include direct military assistance from member countries of the community. In addition, the head of European diplomacy called on these states continue to provide full support Ukraine.