The next tranche of the IMF financial aid to Kiev was estimated at 1, 7 billion dollars, said to reporters, the Finance Minister of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko.
"The next tranche of the IMF must be 1, 7 billion dollars," Jaresko said.
in her expressions, the IMF mission, as planned, on Tuesday launched its work in Kiev on the implementation by Ukraine of the signs of the expanded programme of macro-financial assistance. The mission will last three to four weeks, said Jaresko.
The Minister stressed that at present some of the problems faced by Ukraine to receive a new tranche has already been done and the other part in the process of implementation. For example, as explained Jaresko, in addition to debt restructuring Kiev ought to adopt a number of draft laws, for example, to improve the capability of the NJSC "Naftogaz of Ukraine" to collect receivables.
in her expressions, proper two bills have not yet been adopted, one of them is already included in the agenda of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Kiev also necessary to adopt laws on court fees.
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 in 5 billion dollars, the amount of the second tranche above was estimated at about 2, 5 billion dollars. Just in 2015 Kiev hopes to receive $ 10 billion.