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Germany’s Latest Ukraine Aid Hints at More to Come From G-7

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WATCH: German Finance Minister Christian Lindner says G-7 will agree on more than 18 billion euros ($19 billion) in short-term financial aid for Ukraine.Source: Bloomberg
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Germany will contribute 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in grants to Ukraine to provide short-term liquidity to the war-torn country in a move that heralds more funds from Group of Seven countries.

The US will provide $7.5 billion and other countries will also contribute, Finance Minister Christian Lindner told reporters at a meeting of G-7 finance ministers and central bankers near Bonn on Thursday.