IMF to approve the credit for Ukraine in April
The board of directors of the International Monetary Fund plans to consider and approve the two-years credit program for Ukrainian economics at the amount of 14-18 bln USD in the end of April — the beginning of May.
They stated the IMF not to enter into negotiations if there is a danger of program failure.
The Head of the IMF added the major aim of any cooperative program is the country support for difficulties overcoming.
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