The first tranche of the IMF will amount to $2.1 billion.
Yesterday, June 9th, the IMF approved a new loan program stand-by arrangement for Ukraine. Program support approved $5 billion for a period of 1.5 year, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Country.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the first tranche in the amount of $ 2.1 billion of Kiev will receive this month. The head of government wrote in the social network.
“Green light” from the International monetary Fund confirms the government’s responsibility, in particular our government to fulfil its obligations to the international partners, and the commitment to systemic changes in the country.
All structural beacons, which are set out in the document, Ukraine needs to do at least with the IMF, even without him. This is the agenda that our country is identified for the development of a comfortable state.
And cooperation with the IMF in the next 18 months will give us the opportunity to move forward in this matter, and in relations with the EU and other international partners. The first tranche of $ 2.1 billion we expect later this month. Funds will be allocated in the state budget to support the economy and help people,” — wrote the Prime Minister.
Meanwhile, the Finance Ministry called the date June 11.