The mission of the International Monetary Fund, as planned, began its work in Kyiv. This was reported in the IMF office in Ukraine, writes UNIAN.
“The mission of the International Monetary Fund, headed by Ron van der Miners, began its work in Kyiv”, the representative of the Foundation said. According to the statement of the permanent representative of the IMF in Ukraine, Yosta Ljungman, the mission of the Fund will work in Kyiv until September 19 to discuss current economic events and economic policies, as well as the next steps, including financial assistance from the IMF in support of policies aimed at maintaining macroeconomic stability and ensuring development economy towards sustainable and inclusive growth.
The current program of Ukraine and the IMF in the amount of 17,5 billion dollars, of which Ukraine received 8,7 billion dollars, ends in the spring of 2019. In 2018, the National Bank and the Ministry of Finance expect to get 19 billion dollars under this program.