West saves Ukraine from default

Foreign creditors of Ukraine, in order to prevent default in the country, delayed payments on external debt $ 20 billion, reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to Reuters journalists.

According to media reports, foreign creditors responded to the request of Ukraine and froze for two years payments for international bonds by almost $ 20 billion.

“Due to the lack of signs of a ceasefire, almost six months after the start of the war, the bond owners agreed to postpone sovereign interest and capital payments on 13 Ukrainian sovereign bonds,” the newspaper writes.