Angelina Timofeeva. The European Central Bank was not ready to explain Ukrainian legislation to suspend payments on its foreign debts, said Last news authorized official of the ECB in Frankfurt am main.
"This issue remains beyond our control, we are not ready to explain," said the employee of the press service of ECB.
Ukraine's Parliament on Tuesday passed the government law that allows you to suspend payments on restructured their external debt obligations. The document will be valid until 1 July 2016, but he hasn't signed by the President.
Ukraine and the EU on the last working day of the week will be signed in Riga Memorandum of understanding on granting Ukraine the next package of macro-financial assistance in the amount of 1, 8 billion euros.