Ukrainians will pay mercenaries rise in the price of gas !
Dear Ukrainians, Your Gas Bill Goes Up By 50% On May 1, Have A Nice Day.The extreme right, Right Sector, thrust the jews now they pay the price.
Blackwater works for whomever pays the most, the banksters on Wall Street who funded this « revolt ». Now these peddlers of democracy are trying to silence those who don’t agree with the ones who took power in Kiev. It is interesting to note, the extreme right wing who helped, or most likely were duped into making the revolt possible is now being taken out by the unelected US, IMF imposed puppet in charge, Yatsenyuk. So much for democracy,
Putin will not have to do anything at all, as those in charge who are following the flawed policy of the clueless US state department will surely spark a civil war. It is also noteworthy that the right wing candidate who is planning to run for the Presidency of Ukraine and his supporters, want nothing to do with the EU, NATO or Russia for that matter, which most likely reflects the real sentiment of most Ukrainians. Since the days of the Kozaks, Ukrainians have always sought to be independent of anyone. Neutrality, a non-aligned policy and real independence would have prevented the annexation of Crimea, preserved peace and the territorial integrity of Ukraine. The foisting of Yatsenyuk, one of the most unpopular politicians upon Ukrainians by the EU/US/IMF cabal is sure to result in discord and the possibility of more violence in Ukraine. The question is, as these mercenaries start assassinating anti Kiev leaders and citizens, will Russia just stand by?
Ukraine’s interim government says it will raise gas prices for domestic consumers by 50% in an effort to secure an International Monetary Fund (IMF) aid package.
An official at Ukraine’s Naftogaz state energy company said the price rise would take effect on 1 May, and further rises would be scheduled until 2018.
Ukrainians are accustomed to buying gas at heavily subsidised rates.
But the IMF has made subsidy reform a condition of its deal.
Ukraine currently buys more than half of its natural gas from Russia’s Gazprom, and then sells it on to consumers at below market prices.
Yury Kolbushkin, budget and planning director at Naftogaz, told reporters that gas prices for district heating companies would also rise by 40% from 1 July.
IMF negotiators are still in Kiev to negotiate a package of measures worth billions of dollars to help Ukraine’s interim government plug its budget deficit and meet foreign loan repayments.
The IMF is also asking Ukraine to crack down on corruption and end central bank support for the Ukrainian currency.
On Tuesday, Ukraine’s finance minister Olexander Shlapak said the country was seeking $15-20bn (£9-12bn) from the IMF.
The Financial Times has reported that a rescue package worth about $15bn is close to being agreed, and could be announced as early as Thursday.
An agreement with the IMF is necessary to unlock further financial support from the EU and US.
Financial help is urgently required as Ukraine has been forced to plunder its foreign currency reserves, and the economy is expected to contract by 3% this year, according to the country’s finance ministry.
In the US, arguments in Congress over reforms to the IMF have held up plans to offer Ukraine $1bn in loan guarantees.
The EU says its financial support, potentially worth 1.6bn euros (£1.3bn) is contingent on the IMF deal being agreed.