The Ministry of Finance announced three steps to receiving the IMF tranche

Минфин озвучил три шага для получения транша МВФ

Finance Minister Alexander danyluk

Alexander danyluk denied information about the alleged desire of Kiev to suspend the cooperation with the Fund.

Ukraine has approached the recommendations of the International monetary Fund to receive the next tranche under the extended Fund EFF. Therefore, there is reason to expect his selection to the end of the year.

About it in Washington during a panel discussion at a think tank Atlantic Council, said Finance Minister Alexander danyluk, reports

“I realistically configured on the tranche this year,” he said.

Danyluk reminded that the Parliament voted and the President has signed a law on pension reform, on which the IMF insisted.

The next step is the simplification of the privatization process. The bill has already been approved by the relevant Committee and ready for submission to the session hall of the Parliament.

“We look forward to its adoption in the first reading next week,” said danyluk.

The third important step in Ukraine’s Finance Minister called the establishment of the anticorruption court. The delay in the adoption of relevant legislation danyluk explained by the expectation of expertise of the Venice Commission.

The Finance Minister categorically denied the information about the alleged desire of Kiev to suspend the cooperation with the IMF. He stressed that this cooperation demonstrates that Ukraine continues the necessary reforms.

“The IMF is a strong signal to attract investment, both direct and debt,” added danyluk.

As reported Корреспондент.netin Washington the representatives of Ukraine and the IMF will discuss the pricing of gas for the population. To complete negotiations the Cabinet of Ministers decided not to change the price of gas.

Earlier, Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman reported that the government conducts verification of the formula of pricing of gas for the population.

Prior to this, the Deputy head of the IMF David Lipton said the gas prices in Ukraine are very low compared to neighbouring countries.

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