IMF holds constructive dialogue with Ukraine on new program.

Jerry Rice

Open source

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) notes the progress of Ukraine in holding of the reforms. It also expects the fulfillment of earlier agreed preliminary measures for the final agreement of the new three-year EFF program for $5,5 billion by board of directors as IMF Representative Gerry Rice stated.

“A very active dialogue takes place now. The constructive discussions continue,” Rice said.

However, the IMF representative found it difficult to announce a possible date of consideration of the Ukrainian issue by board of directors.

Related: Ukraine's National Bank expects signing of new program with IMF soon

As we reported, the EU will assign the second tranche of macro-financial aid after the Ukrainian side lives up to the IMF conditions.

Earlier, Ukraine’s Finance Minister stated that Ukraine may stop cooperation with the International Monetary Fund after the fulfillment of new three-year program, which is currently discussed.

Related news

Wholesale gas price for population and other consumers decreases by 15%.

The gas price in February 2020 will be the lowest since April 2016

Reddit opens office in Kyiv

Reddit does not yet have so many users in Ukraine and outside the English-speaking world, though it needs people who are ready to contribute to the product

1 4

Level Up Ukraine 2020: Ukrainian and world decision makers gather in Kyiv.

Level Up Ukraine is a unique platform for creating an ecosystem where business, government, and society are agreeing upon a partnership, sharing potential and opportunities and interacting in order to enforce each other

2 1

Director of one of Ukroboronprom concern plants detained for bribery.

The detainee was informed of suspicion

Ministry of Defense to purchase missile weapons for about 95 mln dollars in 2020.

Ministry of Defense plans to purchase missiles for 12 million dollars

By continuing to browse World News (UAZMI), you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and agree to the use of cookies