Photo from UNIAN Ukraine&#39;s Finance Minister Oksana Markarova says non-residents have been major buyers of government domestic bonds with a six-year maturity period and a yield of 20% per annum. Read alsoUkraine to place seven-year euro-denominated eurobonds "While we are completing meetings on six-year euro-denominated eurobonds with investors in London and preparing for a flight to Frankfurt, the Finance Ministry&#39;s team is simultaneously implementing our three-year debt management strategy in the domestic market. Another victory! A six-year instrument at 15.85% [per annum]," she wrote on Facebook on June 11. Noteworthy, this was the first issue of such government domestic bonds. As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine&#39;s Finance Ministry has borrowed UAH 6.479 billion, or US$245.4 million, and US$4.4 million for the national budget at the latest weekly auction to place government domestic loan bonds. At the same time, over half of the funds, or UAH 3.422 billion ($129.6 million), was raised due to the debut placement of bonds with 2,086-day maturity period, or six years, and a yield of 15.85% per annum.