This was announced by Ukraine's Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
Hroisman said average nominal wages in Ukraine was 6,840 hryvnia in May 2017 ($263 per month).
"As reported by State Statistics Service, this is by 37.2 percent higher than in May 2016. This is two times higher than current minimum wages of 3,200 hryvnia," the prime minister said.
Hroisman added that real wage of Ukrainians increased by 20.4 percent over the period from May 2016 till May 2017.
"The economy is going up, Ukrainians' incomes are getting higher. We invest the growth into development, and give the citizens their dues," the prime minister said.
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