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 Russia has not agreed to debt restructuring, but it will get no other conditions, - PM Yatseniuk

The agreement of private creditors for debt restructuring has been approved by the global community, except for Russia.

This was announced by Ukraine's Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk during presentation of package of bills on the state debts restructuring, Censor.NET reports.

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"This agreement is directly supported by our major lender and investor - the IMF. This agreement is supported by the G7 countries. The only country not to support the agreement is the Russian Federation. This is why the Russian Federation is the only of creditors who refused to participate in the creditors' committee and did not agree to conditions accepted by other creditors. Russia demands payment of the whole debt amount. From this tribune, I would like to say that there will be no better conditions for Russia: either take them, or the Russian Federation will not get other conditions," he said.
 
 
 
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