WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Investment Bank's long-term investments in Ukraine, part of a package of European support for Kiev's new leadership, could total 3 billion euros ($4.12 billion) if Ukraine meets financial conditions, the EIB's president said.
Speaking at an event in Warsaw, Werner Hoyer, EIB Group President, said the bank's focus in Ukraine would be on supporting a 1.5 billion euro pipeline project aimed at reducing Kiev's dependence on imported Russian energy. ($1 = 0.7278 euros)
(Reporting by Michal Janusz)
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