The IMF will continue to cooperate with Ukraine, but the action will most likely not resume until the early parliamentary elections in this country are over. IMF press office director Gerry Rice said this as quoted by UNN news agency.
'As soon as the new government is shaped after the election, we'll be ready to get back to discussing our further cooperation with Ukraine', he claimed.
Rice added that the Fund's mission is currently working in Ukraine.
The IMF representative also said that the Fund did not provide any comments on political changes in any country.
The IMF mission started working in Ukraine on May 21. The mission intended on working for two weeks, assessing how much Ukraine lived up to the conditions of the cooperation program.