The next tranche of the International Monetary Fund will be provided to Ukraine in March, but it is also necessary to attract investors and domestic funds to Ukrainian economy. This was stated by a member of the National Bank of Ukraine Board Vasyl Furman, reports Espresso.TV.
"Ukraine will receive the next tranche of the IMF, according to our estimates, in March. The issue is that the IMF is a green light for other investors. How can we activate the other investors in order to invest in Ukraine? Now in the hands of the Ukrainians are tens of billions of dollars. It is necessary for the MPs, members of the government and the NBU to think how to bring this resource to the banking system ", said a member of the NBU Council.
Furman said that foreign investors are interested in the country when it shows the active domestic investment rate.
Earlier the Board of Directors of the key creditor of Ukraine - the International Monetary Fund - did not plan next week to consider the allocation of the fourth tranche for Kyiv in the amount of 1 billion USD within EFF (Extended Fund Facility) program.