November 3, the Reform Commission of the International Monetary Fund is expected to arrive in Kiev. The Commission will examine the intensity and the process of reforms in the country, the transparency of the budget for the next year, the liberalization of currency regulation and the process of discussion of pension reform.
A positive result will bring Kyiv $ 1 billion till the end of the year. The total amount of credits allocated to Ukraine, in this case will comprise $ 7.62 billion, but as part of a four-year program of support for Ukraine, the International Monetary Fund will allocate the entire $ 17.5 billion.
Earlier, it was reported that Ukraine and the IMF may resume cooperation. A representative of the International Monetary Fund Jerry Rice insisted on the need for analysis of the country’s economy to provide new loans.