“We should not dramatize”. Groisman commented on the possible delay in IMF tranche

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said that the possible postponement of granting Ukraine the next tranche of the International monetary Fund is not indicative of the complications.

He reported about it to journalists in London.

“We should not dramatize the situation. We are talking about reforms and reforms. We’re working on pension reform in the interests of Ukrainian pensioners, we are working to improve the management of state companies and sale that inefficiently used by the state to investment and jobs. We’re talking about changes,” – said Groisman.

He added that reforms are needed “Ukraine and Ukrainians”, meanwhile, financial support for Ukraine is also important, “although the fact is the growth of foreign exchange reserves of the National Bank of Ukraine and strengthening the economy”.

“We are moving the planned targets. We are working with. Together with the Parliament and the President will carry out the programme of action,” – said the head of Ukrainian government.

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Recall that the IMF may defer the allocation of Ukraine of the fifth tranche of the bailout. The fifth tranche of financial assistance from the IMF in the amount of 1.9 billion dollars could be allocated to Ukraine not earlier than autumn of this year.

About it informs Bloomberg. The reason for possible delays in the allocation of the loan is the fact that the Verkhovna Rada did not support the pension and land reform before the summer holidays. The conduct of these reforms was a key requirement for disbursement of the next tranche of credit.

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