“If IMF’s mission is positive, if Ukraine manages to reach an agreement with IMF, we will get a positive decision of the board in autumn and, I think, Ukraine will receive a tranche in autumn,” he said.
Chury thinks that the appointment of the board’s date highly likely means that the decision on Ukraine will be positive.
According to NBU Deputy Chairman, though IMF mission to Ukraine will be technical, its arrival in Ukraine means the process begins.
As he said, the questions on fulfilled obligations will be discussed as well.
At the beginning of summer, Yakiv Smoly, NBU Head, predicted that Ukraine might receive the fifth tranche from IMF in autumn.
Earlier, ex-Minister of Finance Oleksandr Danylyuk stated that he did not doubt that Ukraine would receive another IMF tranche having stressed that “we have to do that in June”.