Who Will Pay for the Reconstruction of Ukraine? – VisualPolitik EN

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The war in Ukraine has entered a new phase that is mainly concentrated in the east of the country. Everything indicates that the west and the center will not fall into Putin’s hands and there are already voices calling for a ‘Marshall Plan’ for Ukraine. So let’s address how much reconstruction will cost. The question is plain: exactly how many zeros are we talking about? Where will all the money needed to rebuild the country come from? In this video we tell you.

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