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G7 G7 Statement on Russia’s War of Aggression against Ukraine and its Impact on the Global Economy
On 23 February 2023, the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors issued a joint statement.
G7 presidency G7 Finance Ministers’ Statement on support to Ukraine
On 22 December 2022, the G7 finance ministers held their last virtual meeting under Germany's presidency and issued a joint statement.
Financial markets Sanctions Enforcement Act II: making sure sanctions work
The German government’s draft Sanctions Enforcement Act II reorganises the way Germany enforces sanctions. The new legislation aims to ensure that sanctions are implemented even more effectively. It also introduces additional measures to fight money laundering and sends out a strong signal that Germany intends to combat financial crime consistently and resolutely.
G7 presidency G7 Statement on the global economic impact of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine and G7 support to Ukraine
G7 finance ministers and central bank governors have issued a joint statement following their meeting on 12 October on the sidelines of the Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank in Washington DC.
Ukraine Debt service suspension for Ukraine
At a virtual meeting held on 14 September 2022, Germany joined other official bilateral creditors and the government of Ukraine in concluding a Memorandum of Understanding to provide coordinated debt service suspension for Ukraine. Under the Memorandum, Ukraine’s payment obligations will be suspended until the end of 2023.
ECOFIN Statement by the members of the ECOFIN Council on financial support to Ukraine
At the informal ECOFIN meeting in Prague, finance ministers issued a joint statement on financial support to Ukraine.
G7 presidency Statement of the G7 Finance Ministers
On 2 September 2022 the G7 finance ministers issued a joint statement on the extension to the G7 of the services ban related to the export of Russian oil and petroleum products in combination with a price cap.
ukraine Exchange scheme extended – hryvnia banknotes can be exchanged for euros until 18 November 2022
Refugees who fled the war in Ukraine can exchange hryvnia banknotes for euros in Germany. The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Deutsche Bundesbank agreed with the National Bank of Ukraine to extend the offer to 18 November 2022. The German Banking Industry Committee (Deutsche Kreditwirtschaft) and its participating banks want to continue supporting refugees. The scheme’s conditions remain …
Coronavirus Comprehensive pandemic-related assistance for companies and self-employed individuals
With its comprehensive coronavirus assistance programmes, the German government provided targeted support to companies and self-employed individuals affected by the pandemic. A total of almost five million grant applications and around 170,000 loan applications were submitted.
G7 presidency G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors´ Petersberg Communiqué
The G7 finance ministers and central bank governors released a joint communiqué following their meeting on 20 May.