Pension reform, privatization and fighting corruption are the key demands of revision of the EFF program. William Murray, the official representative of the IMF said that at a briefing in Washington on Thursday.
‘The fourth revision of this program by the Fund’s Directors Board is only possible if the requested reforms are implemented. Pension reform, speeding privatization and fighting corruption are the basic requirements,’ he said.
Murray added that the land, fiscal and energy sector reforms are also important in terms of the fourth revision of the program.
In April, the IMF allocated one billion U.S. dollars of assistance for Ukraine.