Danyluk told about results of visit of the IMF mission

Данилюк рассказал о результатах визита миссии МВФ

Ukraine is not reached with the International monetary Fund final agreements regarding Higher anti-corruption court. But the visit of the IMF mission to Ukraine of the Minister of Finance called productive.

The possible allocation of the next tranche of the International monetary Fund for Ukraine depends on the adoption of the law on Higher anti-corruption court. This was stated by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Oleksandr danylyuk on air of the 5th channel.

“The IMF always simple and clear position. The terms depend on Ukraine… If we are going to tighten, to be tightened and the receipt of tranches…of tranches Prerequisite is the adoption of the law. Not the creation of the court itself (Supreme anti-corruption), and the adoption of the law. If the law did not conform to IMF requirements, or these requirements will not be changed, the next tranche of Ukraine will not provide,” – said danyluk.

He recalled that in the period from 12 to 16 February in Kyiv with the visit of the technical mission of the IMF. According to him, this visit was quite fruitful and the two sides discussed a number of issues.

“Been a full week. Discussed several issues. On some issues we have advanced quite active, according to some, such as the anti-corruption court, reform the energy, we have made some progress, but the final agreement hasn’t been reached,” – said danyluk.

At the same time, he said, “it’s okay, the process is”, and the visit of the IMF mission to Ukraine danyluk called productive.

Previously, the anti-corruption court of Kiev reminded the European Bank for reconstruction and development.

We will remind, the IMF believes that the bill of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the establishment of Anticorruption court does not meet the terms of the program of the International monetary Fund.

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