REUTERS Government domestic loan bonds in non-residents&#39; portfolio are balanced in maturity terms therefore, the National Bank of Ukraine is seeing no risks of forex market destabilization for the period when foreign players will withdraw, that&#39;s according to Deputy NBU Governor Dmytro Solohub. "If you look at the structure of maturity of these bonds, only a quarter of them falls on this year. About a third is next year, almost a half mature in 2021 and later. That is, the repayment structure looks fairly uniform and stable." Solohub told reporters at a Kyiv briefing Thursday. Citing as an example the experience of countries where a mass exit of non-residents from bonds provoked upheavals in the foreign exchange market, Solohub noted that in Argentina, this was caused by short maturity terms, and in Turkey – by significant political pressure on the country&#39;s central bank. "Given the stable macroeconomic situation, a fairly uniform structure of this debt by maturity, this currently doesn&#39;t create additional risks for the fiscal and macroeconomic situation. But I outlined the factors that contribute to this," the deputy NBU governor added. Read alsoExperts explain rapid strengthening of Ukraine&#39;s hryvnia: Favorable situation in foreign markets As reported by UNIAN, Ukraine&#39;s Finance Ministry has boasted about this year&#39;s biggest borrowing on the domestic market after government domestic loan bonds were placed for almost US$1.3 billion in total. The volume of non-residents&#39; investments in domestic bonds at the end of this auction increased by 2.2 billion hryvnias, and from the beginning of the year - 11 times, reaching 67.1 billion hryvnias, or 8.8% of the total volume of these securities in circulation. Non-residents&#39; investment in government domestic loan bonds has grown by 3.3%, or UAH 2.2 billion (US$84.8 million), to UAH 67.1 billion (US$2.5 billion). Since the beginning of the year, non-residents&#39; investment in Ukrainian government bonds has skyrocketed eleven-fold, or UAH 60.7 billion (US$2.3 billion), the regulator said. The current volume of government domestic loan bonds in non-residents&#39; portfolio accounted for 8.8% of their total circulation against less than 1% as of the beginning of the year.