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MOSCOW, December 16. /ITAR-TASS/. Presidential adviser Andrei Belousov does not rule out that Russia can provide a loan to Ukraine for economic support.
“The situation in Ukraine is that the country will be unable to maintain economic stability without a loan from any party,” Belousov said at a meeting of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives on Monday.
Decline in production continues in Ukraine. The country faces the gap in the balance of payments, the presidential adviser said.
“So I don’t rule out that Ukraine can ask for a loan, which will be provided,” he said, adding "I don’t know if a decision is taken at a meeting between the presidents tomorrow".