© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Kateryna Rozhkova, Deputy Governor of Ukraine’s Central Bank, speaks during an interview in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2019. REUTERS/Sergiy Karazy
(Reuters) – Ukraine’s central bank has signed a $1-billion hryvnia-dollar swap deal with Poland’s central bank, the deputy governor of the National Bank of Ukraine said in an interview with business daily Delo on Wednesday.
Kateryna Rozhkova was quoted as saying Ukraine has enough funds to cover its needs in the coming months, partly thanks to the $3.3 billion it has received from international lenders since Russia invaded on Feb. 24.
Ukrainian and Polish central banks have signed $1 billion hryvnia-dollar swap deal, says cbank official
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