The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summoned Israeli Ambassador to Kyiv Mikhail Brodsky and expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of progress in obtaining a loan in the form of state guarantees in the amount of $200 million.
According to the Zerkalo Nedeli newspaper: “Today, Israeli Ambassador to Kiev Mikhail Brodsky was summoned to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, and during the meeting the Ukrainian side expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of progress in obtaining a loan from Israel in the form of state guarantees to Ukraine in the amount of $200 million.”
Earlier in February, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said during a visit to Kiev that, at a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, he promised him to expand support for Ukraine and participate in its reconstruction, and also announced “loan guarantees of up to $200 million” for Israeli projects. . Health care and civil infrastructure.
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