#AceFinanceNews says that the decision by the European Union to provide massive economic aid to Ukraine comes after the crisis around Crimea began.
Huge figures have been mentioned, the European Commission talks about 15 billion euros. The new Ukarinian government wants more, however: new prime minister Arsenyi Yatsenyuk is asking for 35 billion euros over the next two years.
Meanwhile, few people would argue that the crisis around Crimea was a direct result of the disturbances that have enveloped Ukraine since its failure to sign an Association Agreement with the EU in November last year.
Back then, in November, it was not signed because Ukraine’s president Yanukovich did not secure from the EU that same 15 billion euros in the short term and 35 billion euros over the next two years.
Courtesy of :Dmitry Babich