Source Pravda.Ru

Russia paid off all the money to the Paris club

Today Russia has fully completed the payments of the prescheduled acquittance to the Paris club. On the whole, the countries-creditors were paid off 15 milliard dollars.

The previous pay-offs were made 15 and 29 July 2005. That time the payments of 13 milliard dollars were passed to the Paris club countries.

To remind you, the debts were paid off to those 11 countries, which wanted to get the means earlier, in the frames of the first tranche of payments of the prescheduled acquittance. These countries are: Australia, Great Britain, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Canada, The USA, France, Finland and Sweden. Russia had the dept of about the half of this means to pay to Germany. The rest of the countries want to get the money in traditional dates of acquittance, what is convenient for their budget process, according to RIA-Novosti.

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