National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) is expecting a visit of the International Monetary Fund next week. Yakiv Smoliy, the Head of the Bank said this at a briefing about the Bank's decisions in the monetary polity.
According to the official, the parties will talk through the peculiarities of the new cooperation program, specifically its volume and time frames.
NBU Head expressed hope that the negotiations would be successful.
Previously, Ukraine's Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk claimed that Ukraine would negotiate with the IMF on a new three- or four-year program.
The main reason for the IMF mission to come is the talks about the new loan program, which was expected immediately after the shaping of the new Ukrainian government.