Ukraine to allocate 138 million hryvnias to Kirghizia
Earlier Kirghizia refused to sign WTO protocol with Ukraine
The government of Ukraine has adopted a resolution to allocate 138 million hryvnias (nearly 27 million dollars) of humanitarian aid to Kirghizia.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, a participant of the today’s government session claimed this to journalists today.
On November 13, President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko signed a decree on allocating a humanitarian aid to Kirghizia due to the earthquake in this country. The President ordered the Cabinet of Ministers to provide giving the aid to Kirghizia.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the official Bishkek claimed that solving the problem of Ukraine’s 27 million dollars debt to Kirghizia, which remained since the times of the former USSR, and which was recognized by Kirghizia as a non-state debt of Ukraine, will contribute to progress in the process of talks within the framework of the Working group on the Ukraine’s accedence to WTO.