Ukraine supports any means of re-engagement with IMF.

By bne IntelliNews October 24, 2012
Ukraine hopes to secure an International Monetary Fund loan without raising household gas and heating prices, PM Mykola Azarov has said. The Fund froze a loan programme to Ukraine in early 2011 after the government refused to hike energy prices. The PM believes that there are prospects of continuing the cooperation with the fund as the government is mostly performing in line with the programme, Azarov said. At the same time, first deputy PM Valeriy Khoroshkovsky emphasized that the task of the government lies in the ability to agree with the IMF on extending the existing programs and unblocking a loan resource.

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