The FinMin has paid out USD 120.25mn interest on USD 2.6bn Eurobonds it placed in July 2012 . The bonds were placed for five years under 9.25% per annum. According to Moody's, Ukraine has around USD 17.8bn in Eurobonds outstanding, of which the next principal repayment of USD 1bn shall be paid in June 2014 , while the longest maturity falls in 2023. In late December 2013 , Russia has bought out the first tranche of Ukrainian Eurobonds for USD 3bn (out of USD 15bn bailout deal). Yield on the securities is 5% per annum. The yield shall be paid every year on June 20 and December 20 starting on June 20, 2014 . The papers are due on December 20, 2015 . In addition, Ukraine intends to place USD 2bn Eurobonds in frames of Russian financial aid by the end of January, announced the FinMin. The funds will be raised for 2 years under 5% per annum. The FinMin added that it could take additional foreign loans in Q1, however, the amount of the possible foreign loans was not specified.
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