Miklos: IMF may allocate tranche to Ukraine in 2 parts
First part comes in July, and another one in autumn
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) may provide Ukraine with the third tranche in two parts. Slovakia Finance Minister Ivan Miklos told this to Reuters in an interview.
One half of the tranche may come as early as July, and the second half in autumn, said Miklos, adding that Ukraine needs to adopt a number of laws with to conduct reforms in order to implement the requirements of the IMF.
Recall that the tranche amount may be reduced to $1 billion. The original amount was $1.7 billion.
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