Nalyvaychenko unveiled terms on which IMF provided new tranche for Ukraine
He argues that the Ukrainians should be ready for wage cuts and reduction in the number of hospitals
The former head of the SSU Valentin Nalyvaychenko in the talk show "People. Hard Talk" on "112 Ukraine" told the conditions under which IMF provided Ukraine a new tranche. Ukrainians should be ready for the reduction of wages and the reduction in the number of hospitals.
"4 people in this country borrowed the money. They signed a letter which has not yet been made public: President of Ukraine, Prime Minister Groysman, head of the National Bank Gontareva and Minister of Finance of Ukraine. What was actually signed, except for the technical memorandum, which is posted on the Ministry of Finance website? The hidden documents, in the first there's information on reducing medicine, reducing hospital beds and hospitals, reducing wages.
Even the IMF points out that the Ukrainian government has cut salaries to people by 30%. Next to working pensioners, will reduce, for example, 15%, and not in the future, but now. But most importantly, that the secret is privatization power plants in Ukraine, and they agreed to hide from us all that by April 2017, the best plants, will be sold later this month.", - Nalyvaychenko said.
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