REUTERS The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on May 2-24, 2019, bought US$192.1 million on the interbank forex market to replenish the country&#39;s international reserves. Read alsoUkraine connected to international central securities depository In particular, the central bank bought $20 million in the first week of the month, $80 million in the second, $22.1 million in the third, and $70 million in the fourth, according to the regulator&#39;s website. The NBU did not sell the currency over the period under review. Since the beginning of the year, the central bank has replenished the reserves by $1.117 billion, it said. As UNIAN reported earlier, the central bank in April 2019 bought $300 million on the interbank forex market to replenish the country&#39;s international reserves. Ukraine&#39;s total international reserves as of May 2019 stood at $20.525 billion, which was 1.4% down from the figure as of January 1, 2019.