In IMF negotiations with Ukraine concerning the next tranche called a success

Talks of the International monetary Fund and Ukraine on the allocation of the next tranche under the credit programme for 17.5 billion dollars all is going well. This was stated by the managing Director of the IMF Christine Lagarde, reports Reuters.

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The Ukrainian government has agreed to raise the retirement age.

“I’m sure negotiations are going in the right direction, and a number of key issues have been resolved,” – said Lagarde.

According to her, the IMF team left to settle several points with the Ukrainian authorities, however, on what points there is a speech, Lagarde declined to comment.

We will remind, according to the head of national Bank Valeria Gontareva, Ukraine in the next few days will sign the updated Memorandum of cooperation with the IMF and will receive the next tranche of $ 1 billion. She hoped that this decision will be made in late February or early March.