The IMF will not consider granting Ukraine tranche in the coming week

The Board of Directors of the International monetary Fund (IMF) has no plans in the next week to consider the allocation of Ukraine the fourth credit tranche. This is evidenced by the schedule of meetings is published on the IMF website.

So schedule the next meeting on March 6. Stated that this day will hold hearings on the theme “Approaches to macro-financial research.” However, the issue of granting Ukraine the next tranche of the schedule of meetings is missing.

As reported, this year Ukraine may receive more than five billion dollars, said the head of the NBU Valery Gontareva.

Recall that Ukraine and the IMF is in the final stages of agreeing the updated Memorandum of cooperation, the conclusion of which is necessary to obtain the fourth tranche under the EFF. Earlier Gontareva predicted the receipt of the next tranche from the International monetary Fund in late February or early March.

The website “Today” to figure out what the IMF can demand from Ukraine, and how this will change the lives of ordinary citizens. Retirement age, by the way, there will be no raise.

Ukraine and the IMF in March 2015 signed a Memorandum of economic and financial policies which the country should undertake in the framework of the extended Fund (EFF). Just program worked for Ukraine of about $ 17 billion of which have already been allocated 7,7 billion dollars.

So, in September 2016 after a delay of a year, the IMF has approved granting Ukraine the third tranche in the amount of one billion dollars.