Despite the large-scale war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine and the loss of about 30% of the economy, many companies having been closed or destroyed, the macroeconomic situation and the banking system of Ukraine are stable .
“To this day, despite the active large-scale war, despite the loss of about 30% of the economy due to the closure of enterprises, the destruction of the largest steel and chemical plants in eastern Ukraine , we have a stable macroeconomic situation and banking system,” Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said in an interview with RBC-Ukraine.
As noted, there is currently no sense of panic among investors operating in Ukraine or among people who hold deposits in banks and have confidence in the Ukrainian banking system.
“I am grateful to the Ukrainians for this. The world is surprised, sometimes even shocked by such a patriotic attitude of the Ukrainians towards their economy, confidence in the banking system and the fact that we did not allow it to be ruined or destroyed. break,” Shmyhal added.
As noted, in March-April 2022, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine attracted 135 billion UAH into the state budget through the issuance of war bonds.