Fourth review under the IMF program in Ukraine to focus on implementation of five main activities. This was told in the representative Office of the IMF in Washington in response to journalistic inquiry UKRINFORM.
“Consideration by the Board of Directors of the fourth view will be possible when it is implemented, the policy required for this viewing. As we have noted, the emphasis of the fourth view focuses on the implementation of several key measures, including pension reform, the formation of the anti-corruption court, energy policy, the budget for 2018 and the revision of the law on privatization”, – noted in the Fund.
It is emphasized that despite some progress in Ukraine, the IMF is still waiting for some actions by the Ukrainian authorities.
In this connection, has quoted the first Deputy managing Director, IMF David Lipton, that “Ukraine should take advantage of the favorable external environment to promote reform and transition from stabilization to growth.”
The Fund also clarified that the date of sending of the assessment mission to Ukraine, the decision has been made.
Earlier in the NBU reported that the Next tranche 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.