The government of Poland has approved the granting of a loan of EUR 100 million to Ukraine, the publication reports.

"The Polish government has adopted a resolution on the issue of signing of an agreement between the Government of Poland and the Government of Ukraine on provision of a loan within the scope of provision of assistance. Poland will provide Ukraine a loan of EUR 100 million for financing export of goods and services from Poland to Ukraine, including for modernization of border transport infrastructure and construction of Ukrainian-Polish border crossings," the official website of the Cabinet of Ministers of Poland said in a statement.

According to the statement, this initiative reaffirms the commitment of Poland to providing assistance to other countries and it strengthens the country's position as a donor, which should be evaluated positively in OECD countries.

As reported, the World Bank recently approved disbursement of USD 500 million to Ukraine as the second tranche of the Multi-Sector Development Policy Loan. The World Bank disbursed USD 750 million to Ukraine as the first tranche of the loan in May last year.