The mission of the International Monetary Fund will begin its work in Kyiv starting from November 12. The corresponding statement was made by the resident representative of the International Monetary Fund in Ukraine Jerome Vacher, the press service of the IMF reported.
"The IMF mission will work in Kyiv, starting from November 12. According to the initial technical discussions have been prepared during September 22 – November 2, the mission will continue political discussions with the Ukrainian authorities in the context of the second commentary of economic reform program supported by the Fund," Vacher said.
Recalling that according to the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the Ukrainian government will hold talks on tax reform and budget to the US Department of the Treasury and the IMF.