IMF continues to support Ukraine, - representative of the Fund
International Monetary Fund urges Ukraine to focus on a couple of key moments
Ukraine’s key creditor – International Monetary Fund will continue to support Ukraine. Though, IMF is ready to name neither the date when the memorandum on the second review of the program is going to be signed nor the date of the meeting of the Board of Directors on Ukraine, informed the Head of External Communications Department of the Fund Gerry Rice.
“We will continue to support reforms in Ukraine and stay in touch with Ukrainian authorities. Although I cannot name the date of signing the memorandum or the date of the meeting of the Board of Directors on Ukraine”, - Rice said.
He added that there are a couple of issues IMF wants Ukrainian authorities to see to.
“Clearly, it doesn’t mean Ukraine hasn’t done anything. There is no doubt, we observe macroeconomic stabilization and an overall progress. But it is vital that this progress is more profound and stable. One of the sectors that needs constant attention is state administration and fight against corruption”, - Rice emphasized.
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