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G7 agree further financing for Ukraine, to discuss details in coming weeks

G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting in Italy

STRESA, ITALY (Reuters) – Finance ministers from the Group of Seven wealthy democracies have agreed on further financing for Ukraine but have not yet agreed on the details, German Finance Minister Christian Lindner said on Saturday.

The G7 countries are now working on next year’s financing plan for Kyiv as this year’s financing has been successful, Lindner added.

“We are not yet ready to find further and clear measures to finance Ukraine. But this is now a topic of intensive work,” Lindner told journalists on the sidelines of the meeting of G7 finance chiefs in the northern Italian town of Stresa.

(Reporting by Christian Kraemer; Editing by Gareth Jones)


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