The mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will arrive in Ukraine on May 21. It will work there during two weeks as 112 Ukraine reported citing First Deputy of Financial Committee Mykhailo Dovbenko.
“From the next week, from May 21, the IMF mission comes to Ukraine and will work during two weeks,” he said.
Dovbenko urged to adopt the regulation #2413a, which provides the liquidation of National Committee of Financial Services due to it.
Earlier IMF Spokesperson Gerry Rice stated that the Fund maintains communication with President-elect of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the IMF mission will come to Ukraine soon.
As we reported President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a phone conversation with Christine Lagarde, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, during which she expressed the concern concerning the court’s decisions on the nationalization of the PrivatBank.
In December 2018, the IMF Directors Board approved the 14-months-long of cooperation with Ukraine within the stand-by program. The overall sum of loans makes 3.9 billion U.S. dollars, which makes 139 percent of the quote of Ukraine in the Fund.