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Kateryna Venzhyk

Kateryna Venzhyk

Editor-in-chief of Speka.Media

Attracting U.S. investments to Ukraine and the post-war economy: An interview with Oksana Markarova

As Oksana Markarova, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the United States, has said in an interview with The Page, the amount of aid provided to Ukraine by the U.S. has reached $111 billion. Moreover, the United States has changed its attitude towards Ukraine during the past year, and the work to shape the post-war world and Ukraine is already underway. However, are Americans ready to invest in Ukraine after the victory?

What Ukraine and the world will look like after victory: An interview with Oksana Markarova

Ukraine is receiving significant aid from the United States because of the full-scale war. As Oksana Markarova, Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States, said in an interview with The Page, its amount has reached $111 billion (in the third part of the interview, we spoke of how Ukraine can attract investment after the war and become an economic miracle).

How the United States is helping Ukraine and when we’ll be given the ATACMS: An interview with Oksana Markarova

Although the United States has provided a fraction of its GDP in aid to Ukraine in the war, its total amount since the full-scale invasion has reached $111 billion. New assistance packages are announced weekly, and any red lines with respect to long-range weapons or the status of a state sponsor of terrorism appear to have gone. Nonetheless, not all issues are settled as swiftly as the Ukrainians would want them to, and Kyiv’s needs in defense assistance for this year have already exceeded the scope of the current U.S. programs.