The International Monetary Fund will take into account Ukraine's debt to Russia of $ 3 billion in the decision regarding the provision of the next tranche. This was stated by head of IMF mission in Kyiv Ron van Ruden, RIA Novosti reports.
"It is always taken into account when making a decision, because it is the failure to bond, and we call on both parties to work on finding solutions in the context of the program", said Ron van Ruden.
According to him, Ukraine is likely to receive the next tranche in early 2017.
Note, previously the Head of the NBU Valeriya Gontareva said she expects to receive the next tranche of the IMF to Ukraine in January-February 2017.