As the changes are made in the state budget of Ukraine, the Cabinet refreshed its macroeconomic forecast. Prime Minister Denys Shmygal posted that on Telegram.
"New figures on the Cabinet session have been approved. During the preparation of a new forecast, specialists of the Ministry of Economy conducted consultations with experts of the Finance Ministry, National Bank, the IMF and independent analytical organizations. Perhaps, we're not fine with all figures, but we expect an improvement of economic situation in the second half-year period", the official wrote.
As is known, on March 30, the Ukrainian Parliament will gather on a snap session in the afternoon. The MPs will consider several bills, such as the one on treating coronavirus-struck patients and illegal shipment of medical supplies abroad. The lawmakers will also look into the draft bill on changing the working mode of parliamentary committees, with tthe opportunity to work online with "following written confirmation of MPs' decisions".