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IMF mission headed by Ron van Roden starts working in Ukraine

The mission of International Monetary Fund will work in Ukraine until September 24
14:32, 12 September 2019

Ron van Roden heads IMF mission in Ukraine
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The mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) began to work in Ukraine. Ron van Roden heads the mission, as Interfax-Ukraine agency reports.

The mission came to Kyiv on Wednesday, September 11 and will continue working until September 24.

Ukrainian Prime Minster Oleksiy Honcharuk said Ukraine was planning to receive a staff agreement from the mission to open a new cooperation program by the end of the year.

As it was reported earlier, the IMF mission arrived in Ukraine for negotiations, as Oleksiy Honcharuk said so at a briefing after the Cabinet session. The talks will last until September 24.

Related: Ukraine expects IMF mission visit next week, - Head of National Bank

Previously, the Premier claimed that the government and the IMF would negotiate on a new three- or four-year cooperation program

IMF Mission promised to come to Ukraine after the new government defined its priorities and started working. 

Related: Ukraine repaid IMF loans under stand by 2014 program

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