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Russian government decided to repulse the Ukraines request of a credit.
20.05.2009 20:51
Russian government decided to repulse the Ukraines request of a credit.

On February Kiev asked Russia for a 5-milliard dollar credit for the economic problems solving.
      On February Kiev asked Russia for a 5-milliard dollar credit. Russia has already given a credit to Ukraine at the rate of 4,5 and then 2,8 milliard dollar last November because of the difficult economic situation.
      This year Russian Government also agreed to give the asked credit with the condition that Ukraine will spend 3 milliards on the Russian gas purchase. Yulia Tymoshenko discussed this problem with Vladimir Putin on 29-th of April, but they did not come to the consensus.
      Russia is still considering the Iceland request. Iceland also asked for 500-million dollar credit in November 2008 and this credit might be granted.


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