The NBU said that Kiev will make tranche of the IMF

В НБУ рассказали, что Киев сделает за транш МВФ

The Fund has placed strict conditions on Ukraine

Ukraine is required to carry out privatization and to create an anti-corruption court.

To obtain the next tranche of the International monetary Fund, Ukraine needs in addition to the adoption of the pension reform, to privatize and to create anti-corruption court. This broadcast Radio News October 7, said Deputy head of the NBU Ekaterina Rozhkova, transmit Ukrainian news.

“Conditions for tranche was not only pension reform, but privatization and anti-corruption court. The IMF mission expressed optimism about the adoption of the pension reform. Now they have left, will be consulted. Next week begins the annual meeting of the members – countries of the IMF. I think the prospects and timing there will be up,” she said.

According to Rozhkova, recently, Ukraine had the technical IMF mission on financial sector issues.

“We have worked with a technical mission for the financial sector, we went through all the issues in the Memorandum of the IMF. With regard to the financial sector, the mission no questions. The mission commended the work done because we have a big change in banking supervision”, – said the Deputy head of the NBU.

Rozhkov added that now runs the world Bank mission, which deals with issues of the state banks and the NPL (bad loans).

As reported Корреспондент.netthe current fall can take place three visit of the IMF mission to Ukraine. They will deal with the issues of pension reform and the state budget for 2018.

The last tranche of $ 1 billion has been allocated to Kiev in April of this year.

 

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