Vice Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko said this during a Government Question Hour meeting on Friday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"In our talks with the International Monetary Fund, there is no place for blackmail, ultimatums, threats to Ukraine. It's a normal, full-fledged dialogue. Our main goal is to improve living standards for Ukrainians. And of course, cooperation with international organizations is aimed not only at obtaining funds,” said Rozenko.
He noted that any government decisions are made in favor of Ukrainians.
As reported, the key IMF requirements for Ukraine are the creation of an anti-corruption court and the revision of gas prices for population.
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