IMF agreed to provide 14-18 bln USD to Ukraine within the general international support
The International Monetary Fund is ready to provide 14-18 bln USD to Ukraine within the general international support, a deal that will unlock further credits to reach the sum of 27 bln USD over the next two years, declared Nikolai Grigoriev, Head of the IMF mission, on March 27.
N.Grigoriev stated there was made the agreement on the program of economic reforms in Ukraine, which will be provided through stand-by program, realized during two following years. The program will unblock the financing support at the sum of 27 bln USD. In particular, the IMF will provide nearly 14-18 bln USD of the support.
He added that provision of the first tranche from the IMF to Ukraine is expected in April 2014. But he did not name the certain sum, but mentioned that it will be sufficient.
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