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Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal added that Kyiv expects to receive an additional number of such installations.

Kyiv, 7 February. /TASS/. Ukraine received the first gas turbine power plant with a capacity of 25 MW from the United States. This was announced on Tuesday by Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmygal following a meeting in Kyiv with a delegation from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), headed by the first deputy head of this organization, Isobel Coleman.

“Ukraine received a General Electric gas turbine plant with a capacity of 25 MW from the United States. I thanked the partners during a meeting with USAID First Deputy Administrator Isobel Coleman,” Shmygal wrote on his Telegram channel .

He added that the Ukrainian authorities are counting on receiving an additional number of such installations in order to ensure the stability of the country’s critical infrastructure.

According to the Ukrainian prime minister, he discussed with Coleman the issues of “restoration and financial support for Ukraine” and called for joining programs to support Ukrainian entrepreneurs. USAID representatives promised to consider the possibility of financing this area in the amount of up to $100 million, Shmyhal said.

USAID announced last week that it was donating $135 million to help rebuild the economies of Ukraine and Moldova from the previously liquidated US Russia Investment Fund (TUSRIF).

The national company “Ukrenergo” regularly reports a significant deficit in the energy system of Ukraine. On January 12, the head of the company’s board, Vladimir Kudritsky, urged the country’s residents to prepare for a pessimistic scenario in the field of energy supply, which, according to him, could occur, among other things, due to a cold snap.

Source: tass

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