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The Japanese government is ready to give Ukraine a loan of 150 billion yen, (1,5 billion dollars)
The Japanese intend to expand economic cooperation with Ukraine. According to the Ministry of Economic Development of Ukraine, cooperation between the two countries is going uphill, only in the first two months of 2014, exports of goods increased by 35%, while imports grew by 20% ..
“Based on the situation that has developed in Ukraine, the Japanese government decided to provide assistance worth up to 150 billion Japanese yen - about $ 1,5 billion - for a number of programs,” said Japanese Ambassador to Ukraine Sakata Toichi, during a meeting with the - Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Regional Development Volodymyr Groisman, the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development reports. The ambassador said that the Japanese government supports Ukraine in its aspiration to preserve its independence and integrity: “Financial support from partner countries in conditions of external military and economic aggression is very important for Ukraine,” Toichi said.
As noted, one of the most significant among these programs is a loan of 1,1 billion dollars for the modernization of the Bortnichesky aeration station in Kiev. “The project for the comprehensive reconstruction of wastewater treatment plants and the construction of a technological line for the treatment and disposal of sediments at the Bortnichesky aeration station was developed by the Ministry of Regional Development and the KSCA. The project implementation period is 8 years. Stages of implementation - two stages, ten launch complexes. The total cost of the project is 10,47 billion hryvnia, ”the press service informs.
Groisman stressed that the modernization of the aeration station is a very important environmental issue. “We highly appreciate that Japan has focused on helping to solve this particular problem,” said the Deputy Prime Minister.
He expressed the hope that the Ukrainian government in the near future will support the decision on the approval of project documentation for the reconstruction of the BSA.