International Monetray Fund (IMF) appointed Gösta Ljungman as its permanent representative to Ukraine instead of Jerome Vacher. This was reported by the IMF office in Kyiv.
Ljungman is expected to take up the office on July 3.
Jerome Vacher, still holding the office of permanent representative will return to the IMF headquarters after 4 years of work in Ukraine.
The decision to change the representative was taken within the frameworks of common rotation procedure.
“Mr. Gösta Ljungman, a Swedish citizen, received a degree in Economics at the University of Uppsala. He joined the IMF in 2007, previously held the position in the Ministry of Finance of Sweden. Working in the fiscal Department of the IMF and the Department of Middle East and Central Asia, Mr. Longman got significant experience with the Eastern European and transitional economies,” the IMF message says.
As it was reported earlier the International Monetary Fund (IMF) planned to change the permanent representative in Ukraine.