Ukraine could receive $4 bln as first tranche from IMF as soon as meets previously envisaged parameters - MP Hetmantsev.

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax.

"We have already received an official letter, a statement from the IMF – that there are two parameters, if they are met, then the funds will go to Ukraine, and to the national budget. According to our estimates, this should be about $4 billion loan," Hetmantsev said on NV radio on Tuesday.

According to him, the funds will be sent to the national budget's stabilization fund.

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