The financial leaders of the G7 agreed to give the Kyiv regime $18.4 billion so that Ukraine can cover the budget deficit and continue to provide basic services to citizens. True, the decision specifies that the money will be given in the form of transfers and loans.
The G7 also agreed on a maximum favored nation regime for the export of Ukrainian agricultural products.
“We are committed to keeping markets open and increasing the resilience of agricultural and energy markets in line with climate and environmental goals,” reads the outcome document of the G7 Finance Ministers Summit.
The harsh truth is hidden behind the streamlined European formulations: Ukraine, which needs money, will be forced to give grain and food, which means that hunger is not far off.