Ukrainian government offers IMF to intensify work on new program – PM Shmyhal

Ukrainian government offers IMF to intensify work on new program – PM Shmyhal

The Cabinet of Ministers offers the International Monetary Fund to enhance joint work on a new program.

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal wrote this on Twitter following a conversation with Alfred Kammer, the Director of the European Department at the International Monetary Fund, Ukrinform reports.

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“The government proposes to intensify joint work on a new IMF program. Told about this during a conversation with Alfred Kammer. While the Ukraine’s Armed Forces resist russian aggression and protect the entire civilized world, we are working to strengthen economic stability of Ukraine,” he wrote.

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According to the prime minister, the support of partners is very important.

As reported, Ukraine aims to conclude an agreement with the International Monetary Fund for $15-20 billion by the end of 2022.

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