Negotiations between Ukraine and the International Monetary Fund over the launch of a new credit program should resume in mid-September 2019. This was announced by the president’s representative in the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Andriy Herus in an interview to “RBC-Ukraine”.
“Not earlier than mid-September. The group of negotiators will include the leadership of the new government and representatives of the President’s Office,” Herus said.
He also noted that the negotiations will touch upon the transition to market gas prices for the population. In particular, the Ukrainian party will discuss when and how much gas prices for the population will increase to the market level.
Recall that previously, the IMF reported that the mission of the organization, which will negotiate with Ukraine, will arrive in Kyiv when a new government is formed and it will determine its priorities.