The European Union intends to provide Ukraine an additional EUR 20 million for infrastructure development before the end of this year. The head of the European Union’s Delegation to Ukraine, Jan Tombinski, announced this in Kyiv after the presentation of the Ministry of Infrastructure’s team to international investors, the CFTS correspondent reports.

According to Tombinski, on the part of the European Union "additional financial support in the amount of EUR 20 million" for development of infrastructure will be will be possible. However, this requires the Ministry of Infrastructure to provide the relevant documents.

In addition, according to the European Investment Bank’s acting resident representative in Ukraine Guido Prudhomme, the bank has already approved a new infrastructure grant for Ukraine and it is finalizing two important public transport and railway modernization programs.

The financial agreements are expected to be signed before the end of the year.