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IMF mission abridges visit to Ukraine, no revision of cooperation program intended

The reason for such a decision is the dissolution of the Ukrainian Parliament
10:58, 22 May 2019

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The IMF mission has shortened the working schedule in Ukraine; it is not going to reconsider the IMF-Ukraine stand-by program. UNN news agency reported that with the reference to an informed source.

May 22 or 23, the mission returns to Washington. 'There will be no program revision. The reason is the dissolution of the Parliament', reads the message. 

The source added that certain appointments in Zelensky's administration did not go unnoticed.  

Related: IMF mission begins work in Ukraine

President Volodymyr Zelensky officially disbanded the Parliament and approved the date of the snap parliamentary election, July 21.

Gerry Rice, the Head of Communications Department of the IMF earlier said that the Fund supports ties with the newly elected president Volodymyr Zelensky, and that the Mission would soon come to Ukraine. May 21, the Mission started working in Kyiv.

Related: IMF maintains communication with Ukraine’s President-elect Zelensky

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