International monetary Fund (IMF) is unlikely to respond to the request of the first Deputy head of the LDPR faction Alexei Didenko to recognize Ukraine bankrupt, or otherwise delay this decision will have an impact in the end is painful to the Fund, said Last news the head of the state Duma on economic policy Anatoly Aksakov.
As stated before the media, Didenko sent a letter to the Director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, in which he asked her to study the monetary situation in Ukraine And to review the Foundation plans to allocate to the government of Arseniy Yatsenyuk of the next credit tranche of the organization." Izvestia " wrote that according to the legislator, the Ukrainian authorities a few days ago in fact declared itself bankrupt, not able to meet its international obligations under the loans, which jeopardizes future tranches, as well as contrary to the policy of the IMF lending.
According to Aksakov, the weak financial situation of Ukraine is Clear, And this fact is the IMF to either accept or appeal." The IMF does not (recognize bankrupt). And the Fund is unlikely to respond to a request, the liberal democratic party, although I understand that Ukraine will never pay those debts, which she formed in front of the international financial institutions, " - said Aksakov.
the MP believes that the farther the IMF will postpone the respect of Ukraine's bankruptcy, the more painful this decision will be For the IMF." As the losses will be even more so For Ukraine. Debts will grow Like a snowball. For them it is Like a financial bubble that will increase in size, And sooner or later he is bound to burst, " explained head of the state Duma.
"in these conditions I think that Russia's banking business as soon As possible need to raise the issue of the return of the debt that Ukraine has to us, that he too was missing ", - said Aksakov.
New credit IMF program For Ukraine provides for the allocation of Fund 17, 5 billion dollars, and all international creditors over four years - $ 40 billion, including the fifteen billion through debt restructuring. Under the terms of the IMF Ukraine should implement economic reforms. IMF specialists offer the Ukrainian government to focus on the reform of the revenue side of the budget, energy, industrial sector, as well as in the areas of education And health.
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