Ukrainian president welcomes Canadian loan of $120M, calls it ‘special partnership’

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Volodymyr Zelensky, through a statement issued late Friday by the Ukrainian Embassy in Ottawa, says the loan represents another example of the special partnership between the two countries. The statement goes on to say Ukraine remains optimistic about receiving other support, which could include unlocking export financing tools and technical assistance in fighting ongoing cyberattacks.
4 months ago·Ottawa, Canada

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'Special partnership:' Canadian loan of $120 million welcomed by Ukrainian president

The president of Ukraine is thanking Canada for a $120-million loan aimed at bolstering his country's economy amid a hostile buildup of 100,000 Russian troops along its borders.

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Global News

Ukrainian president welcomes Canadian loan of $120M, calls it ‘special partnership’ - National

Earlier on Friday, the Ukrainian embassy issued a blunt statement calling on Canada to provide weapons to Ukraine's military and to impose further sanctions on Russia.

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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National Post

'Special partnership:' Canadian loan of $120 million welcomed by Ukrainian president

OTTAWA -- The president of Ukraine is thanking Canada for a $120-million loan aimed at bolstering his country's economy amid a hostile buildup of 100,000 Russian troops along its borders. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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Toronto Sun

'SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP:' Canadian loan of $120M welcomed by Ukrainian president

OTTAWA -- The president of Ukraine is thanking Canada for a $120-million loan aimed at bolstering his country's economy amid a hostile buildup of 100,000 Russian troops along its borders. Read More

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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CP24

'Special partnership:' Canadian loan of $120 million welcomed by Ukrainian president

The president of Ukraine is thanking Canada for a $120-million loan aimed at bolstering his country's economy amid a hostile buildup of 100,000 Russian troops and hundreds of tanks and armoured personnel carriers along its borders.

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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