Danyluk told about the terms and conditions of the next tranche of IMF loan

Danyluk told about the terms and conditions of the next tranche of IMF loan

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Kyiv may obtain $ 1.9 billion.

Subject to fulfilling the two main demands – the creation of an anti-corruption court and approval of the system of formation of prices for gas for the population – Ukraine will receive from the International monetary Fund next tranche of the loan.

About it in interview “RBC-Ukraine” said the Finance Minister Oleksandr danylyuk.

“There are preliminary conditions which we must fulfill – prior actions. Two of them – the anti-corruption court and gas prices. As soon as we will close the issue in two key points in Ukraine, the IMF mission arrives, which not only examines how we have fulfilled the preconditions and revising the program review. Once we agree on all the conditions necessary to following the current view, in about two weeks is a meeting of the Board of Directors of the IMF (executive board) where the decision on the allocation of Ukraine the next tranche. In the Memorandum reflect changes in defining our next “structural beacons” – pre-conditions (prior actions) that the country must fulfill to receive the next tranche,” – said danyluk.

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The Minister hopes to receive the money in June.

“Get a loan when you fulfill all the terms of the Memorandum, is required to view the program. Given our intensive negotiations with the IMF on the gas issue, here the solution will be found soon. I hope that in may the Parliament has to be agreed by all parties the draft law on anti-corruption court. We are now doing everything to ensure that Ukraine received a tranche of USD 1.9 billion in June,” said danyluk.

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