Ukraine will receive an IMF tranche by September, – presidential adviser
Ukraine may receive the next tranche of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by September. This was announced by the adviser to the President of Ukraine on economic issues Oleh Ustenko, informs UATV.
Ukraine has already received almost half of the tranche (2.1 out of 5 billion dollars). Now, in order to send the next part of the tranche, the IMF is holding technical consultations with the Cabinet of Ministers, the Office of the President, the NBU and the Ministry of Energy.
“The bills that we had to pass in order to receive a tranche concerning the judicial system, its reform and anti-corruption architecture are now under consideration in parliament. There are very active consultations. I think we have enough chances to receive IMF funds. I would say that by September we should receive this tranche”, Ustenko said.
The revision of the working program with the IMF will take place no later than July.
Ukraine has five key points to complete to receive the second tranche of the IMF.