Deputy head of the international monetary Fund David Lipton tried to convince Tuesday to debt restructuring Ukraine.
"Debt restructuring is key to the stabilization of Ukraine," said Lipton, who spoke at the Symposium in the U.S. capital. Lipton reiterated earlier estimates by the IMF, according to which Kiev has made collision with "massive challenges" and that the Ukrainian government is " committed to reform ".
first Authorized the IMF has stated that they hope for an agreement of Ukraine with the creditors, although distanced from the negotiations, stressing that the IMF does not participate in them. IMF is the largest official creditor of Ukraine.