Ukraine received the first tranche from the IMF – NBU
Ukraine received nearly 3.19 bln USD within frames of two-year credit program Stand-By Arrangement, approved by the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in late April for supporting of the economic program of the Ukrainian authorities to restore the macroeconomic stability and economic growth in the country, declared the press-office of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on May 7.
According to the announcement, all funds of the first tranche came to Ukraine on May 6 in the planned scope, it confirmed the support of international cooperation with Ukraine by the global financial institutions.
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