MOSCOW, June 26 - RIA Novosti/Prime. The creditors ' Committee of Ukraine has denied the message of the head of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko, about the fact that They last 3 months, They refused to hold substantive dialogue on restructuring and agitate it to participate in negotiations With the IMF on 30 June in the U.S. capital, it follows from the statements of the division of creditors.
"The 9th of may, the Ministry of Finance has full, comprehensive restructuring proposal that meets all the criteria of the IMF and offers nearly 16 billion debt relief for Ukraine," - said the creditors.
They also remind that according to the proposal under consideration They offer to defer payments until 2019, and at the same time, the IMF will be reimbursed at $ 4, $ 4 billion in 2015-2018, and in total 8, $ 1 billion by 2020. In this regard, the creditors agitate Jaresko to connect to their meeting in the U.S. capital With the IMF, which will take place June 30.
on the last working day of the week the Minister of Finance of Ukraine said that lenders 3 month refused to hold substantive dialogue about the context of debt operations. She also said that will not participate in the talks in the U.S. capital between creditors and the IMF, as They are of a technical nature.
General state dog of Ukraine is about 70 billion dollars, of which about $ 40 billion foreign debt. The government planned to restructure 22-23 billion loans provided by private lenders, referring to this amount and the debt before the Russian Federation Eurobonds of 3 billion.. While Kiev was calculated according to the results of restructuring to reduce costs in four years, fifteen. 3 billion dollars.
However, the creditors ' Committee headed by Fund Franklin Templeton uniting holders 8, 9 billion dollars of debt, did not want to go on rules of Ukraine, which in addition to lower interest payments insisted on writing off part of the loan. Reaching agreements With private creditors is one of the conditions for continued provision of assistance from the IMF on 17, 5 billion dollars funds and other international lenders.