Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced an agreement with BlackRock CEO Larry Fink to coordinate investment to rebuild Ukraine.
What could possibly go wrong?
According to Zelensky’s official website, BlackRock, one of the largest investment firms in the world, managing $10 trillion in assets, “has been working for several months on a project to advise the Ukrainian government on how to structure the country’s reconstruction funds.”
“Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Larry Fink agreed to focus in the near term on coordinating the efforts of all potential investors and participants in the reconstruction of our country, channelling investment into the most relevant and impactful sectors of the Ukrainian economy,” the website stated.
“During the conversation, it was emphasized that certain BlackRock leaders plan to visit Ukraine in the new year,” the statement added.
As former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon pointed out, the billions of dollars Ukraine will be managing with BlackRock originally came from U.S. taxpayers.
“This is Your money…please repeat: Your money Break up the Oligarchs,” he posted Wednesday on Gettr.
The World Bank, the European Commission and the Ukrainian government compiled a report earlier this year claiming the total cost for rebuilding Ukraine in the wake of its conflict with Russia could top $349 billion.
That figure only considers the damage up until June 1, which means damage that occurred after that date is not included in the massive estimation.
This comes days after Zelensky visited the White House and addressed Congress to complain that the nearly $100 billion in taxpayer funds to assist in the Ukraine conflict was “not enough.”
This also comes after Zelensky announced his government would be participating in the World Economic Forum’s annual Davos meeting in January, where the world’s elite gather to discuss how to implement their globalist initiatives like the Great Reset.
Notably, BlackRock is also leading the charge in the WEF’s “Environmental Social Governance” framework...
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