The IMF urged the Ukrainian government to pass the bill about the anti-corruption court as soon as possible, and continue the other delayed reforms. This is mentioned in the message that appeared on the Fund's website on Monday.
'The Fund’s representative in Ukraine stressed that further progress on the court, natural gas pricing, and fiscal policy changes were necessary conditions to unlock more loans from a derailed $17.5bn assistance package. Nearly $9bn has been received by Ukraine from the IMF package so far, and future tranches are seen as key to boosting the country’s economy', Financial Times wrote, commenting on the issue.
The world's leading financial entity insists that Ukraine provide an immediate consideration of the respective bill, which would include the recommendations of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe.