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NOVO-OGAREVO, January 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia has floated National Wealth Fund’s resources in Eurobonds worth three billion dollars in aid to Ukraine, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov reported to President Vladimir Putin at the presidential countryside residence on Wednesday.
“How much money we gave to them (Ukraine) after specific agreements?” the president asked Siluanov at a meeting with members of the country’s government. “Last December we have floated National Wealth Fund’s resources in Eurobonds, which Ukraine issued to the tune of three billion dollars,” Siluanov said.
“Big money,” Putin noted.