2017 - Ukraine, Country snapshot, WB work in Ukraine.pdf

    Ukraine joined the World Bank in 1992. Over the 25 years of cooperation, the Bank’s commitments to the country have totaled over US$10 billion in about 70 projects and programs.

     

    In March 2014, after receiving a request from the-then Ukrainian Government, the World Bank Group immediately announced its support for a reform agenda aiming to put the Ukrainian economy on a path to sustainability.

     

    The current International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) portfolio consists of eight investment operations of roughly US$2.6 billion and one guarantee of US$500 million. The World Bank recently completed a new Systematic Country Diagnostic for Ukraine and is currently preparing a new Country Partnership Framework, which is expected to be approved in 2017. The current Country Partnership Framework for 2017-21 aims to improve the quality of infrastructure services, particularly in energy and transport. More information.

     

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