The IMF Board of Directors will consider the outcome of this mission.
The mission of the International monetary Fund completed its work in Ukraine on Thursday, may 30, left Kyiv. This is stated in the statement of the IMF representative office in Ukraine, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
As noted in the Fund, the IMF mission headed by Ron van Roden visited Kyiv from 21 to 29 may to discuss the latest political and economic events.
According to the report, the results of this mission will not be the subject of consideration by the Board of Executive Directors.
“A team of IMF experts had very fruitful discussions with the Ukrainian authorities, including President Zelensky, concerning revision of the stand-by program between Ukraine and the IMF. IMF experts came to the conclusion about the realism of monetary and fiscal policy. The mission stands ready to return to Kiev to continue discussions after the parliamentary elections, once a new government determine the priorities of its policy,” the statement said.
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As reported, President Vladimir Zelensky met with representatives of the IMF on may 28.