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KIEV, February 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s state budget will be reconsidered soon, said Finance Minister Oleksadnr Shlapak appointed by the parliament on Thursday.
“I am confident that we will have to reconsider the budget. I will insist on doing this as soon as possible. We need to adopt a real budget,” he said.
A new financial document “will be based on real figures,” Shlapak said, adding that the previous budget was adopted by the parliament after Russia disbursed a first tranche of its financial assistance to Ukraine.