IMF Board of Directors has not made the agenda of the question of assessing the reforms undertaken by the Government of Ukraine in the framework of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund.
As noted in the Fund's website, the Council timetable drawn up 31 of August, however, the Ukrainian question it lacks. By the end of the month the Fund will consider the issues of cooperation with Jordan, Equatorial Guinea and Serbia, UNIAN.
Earlier, Minister of Finance of Ukraine Alexander Danyluk noted that in general, Ukraine and the IMF have agreed on all issues of cooperation is still at the beginning of July, but in the future there was some technical hitch, which is slightly delayed the debate on Ukraine. The government hoped that the Ukrainian issue will be discussed at the end of August. In particular, the Kyiv expected to receive credit tranche 1 billion dollars.
19 August the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that Ukraine is waiting for economic growth, and this will contribute to a new tranche of financial aid from the European Union. At the same time, the US ambassador to Kiev Geoffrey R. Pyatt said that Uraine currently do not need the next tranche of the International Monetary Fund.
In late July, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine has stated that Kiev will receive from the IMF this year 2,7 billion dollars.
July 15 IMF chief Christine Lagarde told interference to allocate Ukraine tranche of financial aid.
Head of the Ukrainian Center for counteraction to corruption Shabunin Vitali said that the system of electronic declaration of income officials, launched in Ukraine does not meet the requirements imposed Kiev international partners that could leave the country without their financial help and hinder in obtaining a visa-free regime.