9 YATSENYUK GOES BEG TO EU’S DOOR AND GETS A KICK IN THE BEHIND / 15DEC2014
(NOTE: So it seems that the EU (german money) is not eager to pay for Anglo-American adventures in Ukraine, neither the AngloZionist oligarchs are willing to put their money on a dead horse. Medvedev just yesterday confirmed that Russia Federation had stopped to pay Ukraine’s bills and want Ukraine depts toward Russia paid according to the stablished terms and schedules (A clear message for the AngloZionists: “You owned it now you pay it”).
NO FAST EU ASSISTANCE TO KIEV / Rejected commitments for financial assistance:
The European Union grants Ukraine for the time being no further grants.
EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn asked for a meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk only the organization of the proposed some time ago pledging conference in view. When the Kiev government is driving reforms, it could very early for an appointment in the next year, he said. "We would certainly like to see some first results," said Hahn.
Ukraine pushes for quick financial assistance.
Ukraine sees itself in a good route but the country needs immediate help,said Yatsenyuk. By dramatic declines in production in the context of the conflict with pro-Russian separatists the financial situation "extremely complicated," he said. Ukraine try despite the armed conflict to reform it economy. 2015 will be the year of stabilization. The real recovery will follow in 2016. "In order to survive this time, Ukraine needs a kind of pillow, a new package of financial assistance" - and the best ever "yesterday," said the head of government. That is not only a challenge for the EU, but "for the entire world."
Yatsenyuk spoke of a possible financial requirement of an additional 15 billion dollars - the equivalent of around 12.1 billion euros. The EU has promised aid to Ukraine totaling 1.6 billion euros. Much of the money has already been transferred. The lion's share of support was already provided by a program of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on approximately 17 billion dollars (13.7 billion euros).
PS: Sorry for the loosy translation.