IMF confirms visit to Ukraine in late January.

By bne IntelliNews December 17, 2012
The IMF has confirmed plans for a visit of the IMF mission to Kyiv in the second half of January next year to discuss the program of cooperation with Ukraine, the Director of the Department for External Relations of the International Monetary Fund, Gerry Rice, said. Earlier, IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Max Alier said the visit of the Fund's mission, led by Chris Jarvis, to Kyiv, which was scheduled for December 7-17 to negotiate a new stand-by agreement, was postponed for the second half of January. This was done at the request of the Ukrainian government in order to encourage a new composition of the Ukrainian government to participate in the negotiations.
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