(Reuters) – Ukraine’s gold and currency reserves stand at $29 billion, the same level as before the Russian invasion thanks to outside financial support, state television said on Saturday. President’s economic adviser Oleh Ustenko.
“Before the war it was $29 billion, then it fell to $27.5 billion, then there was a currency injection and we are back at the $29 billion level again,” he said. he said, expressing his confidence that the hryvnia exchange rate could remain stable.
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