This was stated by IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Goesta Ljungman, Reuters reports.
"We are now in a process of evaluating the reform," Ljungman said.
The IMF said that it was still evaluating recent Ukrainian pension legislation to see if the bill meets the targets of the $17.5 billion program.
According to Ljungman, sustainable pension reform, privatization legislation, and a previously agreed domestic gas price adjustment are the goals Ukraine must meet to qualify for a long-delayed next tranche of loans from the program.
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