Opposition in Ukraine urges to revise commitments taken before the IMF

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine’s ‘Opposition Bloc’ MP assures, cooperation with IMF is unbeneficial for Ukraine
14:54, 30 May 2016

Ukraine’s ‘Opposition Bloc’ doesn’t intend to support laws, necessary for cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, leader of the faction Yuriy Boyko stated after the faction’s council on Monday, May 30, press service of the party informed.

‘It has been clear initially, that cooperation with IMF under conditions profitable only for the Fund will turn out to be negative’, - Boyko stated.

According to the MP the ‘Opposition Bloc’ didn’t vote for the laws, necessary for cooperation between IMF and Ukraine.

Boyko believes, that it is vital that Ukraine revise conditions under which Ukraine agreed to cooperate with the IMF.

‘Our position is clear: we won’t vote for these laws and we insist on revision of Ukraine's commitments before the Fund’, - Boyko added.

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