According to the bank website, the project consists of a Framework of up to EUR 2 billion under the EBRD Resilience Package, a broad strategic approach of the Bank as a response to the the Russian-led war on Ukraine. The Framework will be utilised for various types of financing instruments to private clients, sovereigns, municipalities, municipal owned companies and other state-owned enterprises and financial intermediaries (including state-owned banks) in Ukraine and nearby countries affected by the inflow of Ukrainian refugees: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. The Sub-projects will be provided out of the Bank's ordinary resources, including the Bank's financing benefitting from donor guarantees.
The overall objective of the Framework is to help sustain the provision of services and safeguard business activities in Ukraine and the Affected Countries, with the ultimate goal of preserving livelihoods. For Ukraine, the Framework covers all sectors, with particular focus on energy security, vital infrastructure, food security and support to pharmaceutical supply chain. For the Affected Countries, the Framework will address refugee challenges and mainly covers the areas of: (i) energy security; (ii) municipal and national infrastructure; and (iii) liquidity through the capital markets and financial intermediaries.
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