Ukraine’s Acting Energy Minister, IMF mission head hold online talks

Source : 112 Ukraine

It was noted that Ukrainian energy reform and integration with EU energy markets would accelerate the country's economic growth
12:29, 24 December 2020

Acting Energy Minister Yuriy Vitrenko and the head of the IMF mission to Ukraine Ivanna Vladkova-Hollar
Ministry of Energy and Environment Protection of Ukraine

During an online meeting, Acting Energy Minister Yuriy Vitrenko discussed the key priorities and reforms of his ministry with the head of the IMF mission Ivanna Vladkova-Hollar. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Energy.

"Reforms in Ukraine's energy sector, financial stability of energy markets and further development of energy sectors were key issues for discussion," the statement said.

In addition, Vitrenko informed the head of the IMF mission of his ministry’s main priorities: European integration and sustainable development of the energy sector.

Related: Ukraine to get next IMF loan in February-March 2021, - PM

As we reported earlier, on December 21, the International Monetary Fund's mission started the first review of the stand-by arrangement for Ukraine.

“The mission will hold meetings with the Ukrainian authorities to discuss economic developments, policies, and reforms to underpin the completion of the review,” stated Gosta Ljungman, IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine.

The mission plans to resume meetings in January 2021, after the New Year holidays.

Related: IMF assesses Ukraine's tax policy


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