Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development

Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (the former EURASEC Anti-crisis Fund) is an international financial institution established by Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Russia and Tajikistan.

Annual report

Current Projects

Tajikistan

Second financial credit for the Republic of Tajikistan (2015) Signed Financial credit Budget support

On 8 December 2015, the EFSD Council extended the second financial credit of US $40 million to Tajikistan to support its economic reforms in 2016-2017. On 15 August 2016, the respective agreement was signed in Moscow between the Government of Tajikistan and Eurasian Development Bank (the Fund’s Resources Manager). On 25 August 2016, Tajikistan was extended the first tranche of the credit totalling US $20 million.

Kyrgyzstan

The Bishkek-Osh Road Rehabilitation Project in Kyrgyz Republic (2013) Signed Investment credit Transport

On 20 March 2014, EDB and Kyrgyzstan signed an Agreement on financing The  Bishkek-Osh Road Rehabilitation Project, Phase IV with ACF resources in the amount of US$ 60 million.

Kyrgyzstan

Agricultural machnery supplies to Kyrgyz Republic (2013) Signed Investment credit Agriculture

On 27 December 2013, the Council of the Eurasian Economic Community Anti-Crisis Fund adopted a decision to provide an investment loan to the Kyrgyz Republic to finance the project Farming Machinery Supplies to the Kyrgyz Republic in the amount of US $20 million.

Armenia

Construction of the North-South Road Corridor in Armenia (2014) Signed Investment credit Transport

On 2 July 2014 the ACF Council decided to provide an investment loan to Armenia to finance the Construction of the North-South Road Corridor (Phase IV) in the amount of US$ 150 million.

Kyrgyzstan

Commissioning of the 2nd Hydroelectric Unit of the Kambaratinskaya HPP-2 in Kyrgyzstan (2016) Signed Investment credit Energy

On 2 July 2014, the Council of the Anti-Crisis Fund of the Eurasian Economic Community approved the preliminary application and the conceptual framework of the investment project in the Kyrgyz Republic “Commissioning the second hydro generation unit of Kambaratinskaya HPP-2” for the amount of US $100 million, with US $80 million to be financed by the ACF.

Kyrgyzstan

Toktogul HPP Rehabilitation in Kyrgyz Republic (2015) Signed Investment credit Energy

On 2 July 2014, the Council of the Eurasian Economic Community Anti-Crisis Fund approved a preliminary application and concept note of the investment project of the Kyrgyz Republic called Energy Sector Rehabilitation. Phase 2. Toktogul HPP Rehabilitation Component: replacement of the second and fourth turbine-generator units with replacement/rehabilitation of auxiliary systems and powerhouse equipment in the amount of US $190 million, with the Fund’s planned contribution of US $75 million.

Kyrgyzstan

Toktogul HPP rehabilitation (PHASE 3, 2016) Signed Investment credit Energy

On 27 July 2016, the EFSD Council approved the Kyrgyz Republic’s preliminary application and blueprint for the Toktogul HPP Rehabilitation (Phase 3) investment project worth US $40 million.

Armenia

Irrigation System Modernization Project in Armenia (2015) Signed Investment credit Agriculture

In 6 June 2013, the Fund’s Council approved the preliminary application and Concept Note for the investment project on Irrigation System Modernization and Institutional Capacity Building in Armenia in the amount of US $50 million, with the anticipated contribution of the Fund of US $40 million.

Armenia

Budget support credit to Armenia (2015) Signed Financial credit Budget support

EFSD Council approved a budget support credit in the amount of 300 million dollars by three equal tranches during 2015-2017 to the Republic of Armenia by its decision as of October 29, 2015.

Belarus

Stabilization credit for Republic of Belarus (2016) Signed Financial credit Budget support

Approval of the stabilization credit to the Republic of Belarus in the amount of 2 billion US dollars in seven tranches during 2016-2018 was done by the Fund Council on 25 March 2016.

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