Israel will provide credit guarantees for $200 million for projects in the field of health care and civil infrastructure in Ukraine. This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel Eli Cohen at a joint press conference with his Ukrainian colleague Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv. informs agency Interfax-Ukraine.
Credit guarantees can be used by companies from Israel that decide to implement their projects in Ukraine, the minister clarified.
“Over the past year, Israel has provided significant humanitarian aid to Ukraine, including the deployment of the Shining Star field hospital,” Cohen recalled.
The minister also assured that Israel intends to continue supporting Ukraine. In particular, Cohen announced that Israel would help Ukraine “develop a ‘smart’ early prevention system.”
“I am proud to support Ukraine in these difficult times,” concluded the minister.