Ukraine's state debt in dollars 0.44% up, in hryvnia 0.52% down in June 2017
The total state (direct) and government-guaranteed debt of Ukraine in June 2017 increased by $330 million, to $75.01 billion, the Ministry of Finance said on its website.
At the same time, the state debt in the national currency fell by UAH 10.32 billion, to UAH 1.958 trillion.
Since the beginning of the year the total state (direct) and government-guaranteed debt in U.S. dollar terms increased by 5.69%, in the hryvnia by 1.45%.
According to the report, the state debt in June fell by 0.85%, to UAH 1.651 trillion (in dollars it increased by 0.12%, to $63.26 billion), in particular external debt by 0.56%, to UAH 972.06 billion (in dollars it increased by 0.41%, to $37.24 billion).
The government-guaranteed debt in June rose by 1.24%, to UAH 306.76 billion ($11.75 billion), in particular external debt by 1.27%, to UAH 287.04 billion ($11 billion).
The ministry said the principal amount of the national debt is denominated in U.S. dollars - 41.15%, another 30.92% in the hryvnia, 19.4% in special drawing rights, and 7.37% in euros. In addition, less than 1% of the state debt is denominated in Canadian dollars and yen.