The IMF took a land reform agenda for Ukraine
Land reform is not a condition of granting Ukraine the nearest tranche of the loan. This was stated by Deputy head of the communications Department of the International monetary Fund, William Murray, UNIAN informs.
“Land reform is an important component of the program, but there is a need to Refine it, to reach consensus on the key and further steps”, – he stressed. Murray noted that the reform, which envisages a launch in Ukraine of the market of agricultural land, has been postponed to a later date, but within the current year. But among the conditions for granting Ukraine a fourth tranche of the credit of IMF funds remain in the pension reform, acceleration of privatization and concrete results in the fight against corruption.
As reported in early summer the national Bank of Ukraine expects this year to 3 billion dollars on the program of cooperation with the International monetary Fund. This was announced acting head of the NBU Jacob Smoliy.
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