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ROME (Reuters) – Italy will contribute to the EU’s macro-financial assistance (MFA) program for Ukraine with 700 million euros ($697.48 million), a government draft showed on Friday.

The decision is expected to be ratified by a cabinet meeting later in the day.

($1 = 1.0034 euros)

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