Poland to extend loan for modernization of border infrastructure to Ukraine

The Polish government has decided to lend Kiev up to 100 million euro for funding exports of Polish goods and services, the modernization of the road infrastructure along the state boundaries and the erection of Ukraine-Poland border crossing points.

The Polish government has decided to lend Kiev up to 100 million euro for funding exports of Polish goods and services, the modernization of the road infrastructure along the state boundaries and the erection of Ukraine-Poland border crossing points.

Polish Prime Minster Ewa Kopacz announced the approval of the preferential governmental loan to Ukraine back in January this year, when visiting Kiev, the official website of the Polish PM said on Sept.8.

"This initiative is to confirm Poland's interest in providing aid to other nations and to strengthen our country's position as a donor, which must be viewed positively by OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries," the website said.

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