The national Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expects the government in 2018 Eurobonds totaling $2 billion, according to a published on the website of the Central Bank’s inflation report for July.

“Based on the government bonds of external government loan worth $2 billion, capital inflows in the financial account in 2018 will increase to $7.1 billion”, – stated in the document.

In 2019, the NBU expects a reduction in capital flows in the financial account to $4.1 billion through the peak payments on debt obligations of the public sector.

As reported, the Finance Ministry this year intends to enter the foreign debt market. Placement of securities it is planned to receive the next tranche of the International monetary Fund (IMF). The amount of borrowing is expected to total $500 million. a Final decision on this issue yet.

Ukraine in 2014-2016 annually placed on the market five-year Eurobonds under US guarantee volume of $1 billion each, the rate of sales in 2016 amounted to 1,471% . On General market conditions, the country last placed Eurobonds in April 2013 was sold 10-year dollar Eurobonds for $1.25 billion with a yield of 7.5% per annum.

According to the program of public debt management in 2017, approved by the Ministry of Finance on 31 January, it is expected that borrowing in the domestic market will be 103,907 billion, or 54.5% of total borrowing in foreign markets – 86,89 billion, or 45.5 percent, including a special Fund from international financial organizations – UAH 16 billion.

The Finance Ministry predicts that in 2017 the share of public external debt to total public debt will amount to 66,3%.