Contents tagged with Marshal Plan for Ukraine
The European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, expressed the opinion that a new investment plan for Ukraine is “inexpedient”.
"We have many tools that are already working for Ukraine [and] other countries of the Eastern Partnership," Hahn said, commenting on a question about whether the creation of a trust fund is planned in the European Union.
He also noted that among available tools is an external investment plan by the European Union, created, …
On Monday the Lithuanian parliament was presented with an assistance plan for Ukraine. This will involve 50 billion euros which Kyiv is supposed to receive over the next 10 years as support for small and medium enterprise (SME).
As Rzeczpospolita reports, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius commented that the so-called “Marshall Plan for Ukraine” needs to involve the EBRD and IMF in addition to EU states. There should also be a corresponding agency in Kyiv to oversee the financing of …
Next week, the Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Linas Linkevičius, plans to discuss with the European Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, the assistance plan for Ukraine, also known as the Marshall Plan, as he stated during his interview with Lithuanian news agency, Delfi.
Next week Linkevičius will take part in an EU Council session during which he plans to meet with Hahn.
"We have already talked about this and agreed to meet so …
On November 6, in the Lithuanian Seimas, ambassadors of the countries participating in the Eastern Partnership Program presented the so-called “Marshall Plan” – the EU's financial assistance plan to help Ukraine.
According to the plan, politicians are offering to allocate 50 billion euros to Ukraine for the promotion of small and medium-sized businesses. This would begin in 2018 and extend over a period of ten years.
“I would like to emphasize that this was first Lithuania’s plan to help …