The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine in 2019 expects to receive US$615.8 million worth of international technical assistance from a number of donors.

The ministry says among the largest donors there is the United States ($204.44 million), the European Commission ($213.04 million), and the United Nations ($105.2 million).

The list of donors also includes the European Investment Bank, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the OSCE, NEFCO, Sweden, Switzerland, and Denmark.

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UNIAN memo. The volume of Ukraine's public and publicly-guaranteed debt over 2018 rose by 2.6% in dollar terms, to $78.32 billion, but at the same time it decreased from 72% to 64% in 2017.

According to the latest estimates of the finance ministry, the volume of payments on public and publicly guaranteed debt for 2019 will amount to $461 billion.