National Bank Governor Andriy Pyshnyy said that there is no reduction in financial support for Ukraine.
"Since the beginning of the year, Ukraine has received over $35 billion in financial support. Our needs by the end of the year are $45 billion. We expect that all these funds will come to Ukraine and all the necessary solutions will be found," he said in an interview with The Banker.
According to Pyshnyy, there is an ongoing debate about the legal basis for the transfer of Russian assets to Ukraine.
"Recently, the discussion on the transfer to Ukraine of the income received from Russian assets that remain in circulation has intensified. Ukrainian diplomats and lawyers are working hard on this," Pyshnyy said.