The establishment of the Anticorruption court is the main requirement of the International monetary Fund (IMF) to Ukraine. About this Finance Minister Alexander danyluk said in an interview with France 24.

“Without the proper functioning of the anti-corruption court will not be a well-functioning anti-corruption infrastructure,” – said the Minister.

The Minister also said that the IMF program needs to be completed in 2018 and that Ukraine is a little behind.

Earlier it was reported that the fourth review under the IMF program in Ukraine to focus on implementation of five main activities.

Read also: IMF identified five steps to the next tranche for Ukraine

The next installment from the IMF might arrive in Ukraine in the second quarter of 2018.

In March 2015, Ukraine and the IMF signed a Memorandum of economic and financial policies which the country should undertake in the framework of the EFF. The entire program provided Ukraine about $17 billion, of which already allocated $7.7 billion.

Danyluk: the anti-corruption court – the main requirement of the IMF 15.12.2017

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