Part of the second tranche for Ukraine from the international monetary Fund in the amount of 1, 7 billion dollars will go to pay debts for gas, said Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Gennady Zubko.
on the last working day of the week, the IMF Executive Board blessed the allocation of Ukraine of the next tranche of 1, 7 billion. Ukraine expects to receive funds for one or two days.
"First tranche of the international monetary Fund comes as macro-financial assistance. A portion will go to support and monetary stability in the financial system of Ukraine. Part will go to payment, as and for the gas, and the debts of previous periods, "said Zubko air" the 5th channel ".
The four-year Program of financial assistance to Ukraine was approved by the IMF Board of Directors on March eleven. The program provides for the allocation of Fund 17, 5 billion dollars, and all international creditors over four years - $ 40 billion. Ukraine in mid-March has already received the 1st tranche of the IMF at us $ 5 billion. Just in 2015 Kiev hopes to receive $ 10 billion.