Rada accepted the EU conditions, on which Ukraine will receive € 1.2 billion

Kyiv, 25 August 2020, 14:02 – REGNUM The Verkhovna Rada approved the President’s bill on the ratification of a memorandum between Ukraine and the EU, within the framework of which Ukraine will receive € 1.2 billion, the parliamentary Rada TV channel reported on 25 August.
The decision was supported by 248 parliamentarians.
“The bill was developed with the aim of entering into force for Ukraine international treaties signed on July 23, 2020 in Brussels by Ukraine regarding the receipt of macro-financial (credit) assistance from the European Union in the amount of up to 1 billion 200 million euros,” – said in the explanatory note to the document.
The decision was commented on on his Facebook page by the deputy of the Verkhovna Rada from the Opposition Platform – For Life faction Renat Kuzmin.
“The day after the pompous celebration of Independence Day, [Ukraine’s President Volodymyr] Zelensky and his Servants cynically sold the remnants of Ukrainian independence to foreigners for 1.2 billion euros,” he wrote.
Kuzmin said that after allocating money to Ukraine, foreigners will be able to control the country’s judicial system, prosecutor’s office, customs, tax service, all state-owned enterprises, state procurement of medicines and medical equipment.
As reported by IA REGNUM, earlier a letter came from the American White House to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, in which US officials accused the Ukrainian parliament of violating the legislation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), namely, in an attempt to artificially create advantages for the Ukrainian engineering industry.
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