The International Monetary Fund still has not agreed the date of its mission’s visit to Ukraine. Jerry Rice, the official envoy of the Fund, reported that at a briefing in Washington.
‘We still have no certain date,’ he said.
Earlier this week, David Lipton, the Fund’s first deputy administrative manager came to Kyiv. He and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko discussed the Memorandum on economic and financial policy – in the view of allocation of next IMF loan for Ukraine. Lipton stressed that Ukraine should benefit from the positive changes in domestic economy to complete reforms and gain stable economic growth. He also marked the high dynamics in bilateral cooperation.