According to him, this level is projected from GDP at 4.5 trillion drams (at current exchange rates - about 9.7 bln dollars).
The Debt will increase by 0.6% of GDP compared to the end of 2014. At the end of this year, the public debt should reach 41.6% of GDP. Of these, 35.6% were foreign debt: the government - 31%, and the Central Bank - 4%.The remaining 6.6 percentage points will amount to domestic debt.
In 2015, the government's external debt will be reduced by 0.4 percentage points (to 30.6%), the Central Bank - will increase by 0.2 (to 4.2%), and domestic debt - 0.6 (up to 7.2 %).