Switzerland’s foreign minister signals support for confiscating frozen Russian assets and using them for the reconstruction of Ukraine, putting him on a collision course with the country’s banks https://t.co/xpffin7szK
— Bloomberg (@business) January 20, 2023
🇩🇪 🇺🇦 The German Development Minister @SvenjaSchulze68 travelled to #Odessa in the south of #Ukraine. She got a first-hand impression of the #reconstruction measures and pledged further financial support.
— All about Germany | deutschland.de (@en_germany) January 20, 2023
Together with @WorldBank, IFC is laying the ground for private investment in #Ukraine’s reconstruction efforts. Here’s how our new $2 billion program will help build the resilience of businesses and support livelihoods in Ukraine: https://t.co/vE6GVJAYDm pic.twitter.com/sIeYPspU8T
— IFC Western Europe (@IFCEurope) January 19, 2023
Your doge memes bring the Hohols such a thrill.
But your love won’t pay Hoholistani bills.
They want money.
That’s what they want, they want money.
As Ukraine attempts to secure more modern arms from its allies, it has stepped up a parallel effort to lock in financial support from business leaders in Davos to help rebuild the country.