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The EU plans to provide Ukraine with up to €7 bln in investments

 in seven years, reported Interfax. The EU has adopted an economic investment plan for three regions: the Eastern Partnership, the Western Balkans, and the Southern Neighborhood. Ukraine hopes to mobilize up 7 billion for seven-year investments, announced the Deputy Director-General of the European Commission’s Directorate-General Katarina Maternova. She clarified that many of these funds would be directed to the “green” transition, digital transition, infrastructure upgrades, access to finance for small and medium-sized businesses.

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