The International Monetary Fund ceased its mission to Ukraine, as Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Olexandr Sayenko stated at the conference ‘Responsibility, trust, inclusivity: the reforms of tomorrow’ in Kyiv on May 22.
According to the report, the INF approved this decision taking into account the dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the fact the new government has not been formed yet.
The Cabinet of Ministers is ordered to provide the financing of the elections.
The decree comes into force from the moment it is published.
Earlier, after the consultations with President Zelensky Oleg Lyashko, the header of Radical Party of Ukraine, said that snap elections to the Parliament of Ukraine might be held on July 21.