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KIEV, July 06. /ITAR-TASS/. Individual money transfers to Ukraine from Russia lowered in the first quarter of the current year by 9.7% year-on-year to 468.1 million dollars, Ukraine’s National Bank reports.
Most money - 441.2 million dollars - was transferred via international money transfer systems.
Russia still remains the fist on the list of countries, from where individual money transfers are made. The second place is taken by the U.S., from where transferred were 135.7 million dollars (decrease by 7.7%).
A growth in money transfers was registered from the UK (by 23.1% to 66.6 million dollars), Azerbaijan (by 38% to 12.7 million dollars), the Czech Republic (by 22.7% to 8.1 million dollars).
Over the first quarter the money transferred to Ukraine made 1.641 billion dollars, which is by 7.71% less year-on-year. Ukraine’s National Bank reports that from that money 1.094 billion dollars is the money individuals received for their work.