The International Monetary Fund's expert team will visit Kyiv in order to discuss technical policies aimed at achieving economic growth and stability. Permanent Representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Ukraine Gosta Ljungman informed about it, the press service of the organization reports.
"A team of several IMF experts will visit Kyiv in order to conduct technical discussions of the policy aimed at achieving strong economic growth and providing stability," Ljungman said.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine's National Bank (NBU) expects the conclusion of the new cooperation program with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) soon after the adoption of necessary bills by the parliament is conducted.
“Due to the new program with the IMF, official involvement and preservation of interest of the non-residents to the bonds of domestic government loans, the annual growth of the international reserves of Ukraine will remain, despite the period of time of peak payments for external state debt. In 2020, they will surpass $29 billion and will continue to increase in 2021-2022,” the message said.