Ukraine may get first IMF tranche in June.

By bne IntelliNews April 30, 2010
The next round of talks on the continuation of cooperation between Ukraine and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will take place in Kyiv in the first half of May, Vice-Premier Serhiy Tihipko has said, his press service reported. Tihipko said main issues of the agenda of the May meetings between the Ukrainian delegation and IMF representatives would be the discussion of state budget revenues, the balance in the finances of Naftogaz Ukraine and the implementation of structural reforms in the country. If a new programme of cooperation with the IMF is signed, Ukraine can expect the first tranche in June, he added.

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