The Minister of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko positively reviewed conversations with creditors on a debt restructuring that took place on Wednesday in the U.S. capital, although final arrangements until came.
As reported Jaresko Ukrainian reporters in the U.S. capital after a series of meetings, among them the IMF, the next round of talks will be held next week.
"We are not finally agreed, but made great strides in understanding one another. Here the story is about dozens of differing opinions, in numbers, in data, in the vision of How the economy will grow ", - said the Minister of Finance, quoted by the Ukrainian news Agency.
in her expressions, the parties during meetings in the U.S. capital approached by several problems." Today, I think the progress has been, " said the Minister of Finance of Ukraine.
She also stated that after talking with creditors held a trilateral meeting with the participation of the IMF, where We solved some extra moments."
in addition, Jaresko said that the upcoming week will be another round of talks with creditors." Probably, it will be over the phone, " said the Minister, adding that She herself is also going to participate in them.
General state dog of Ukraine is about 70 billion dollars, of which about $ 40 billion foreign debt. Ukraine in the framework of the plan of debt repayment has asked creditors to write off 40% of the principal amount of the debt and accept a fresh bond linked to future economic performance. However, the dialogue on restructuring until not successful, Kiev sent to creditors last edited proposal did not exclude, if necessary, the imposition of a moratorium on the payment of foreign debts.
The creditors ' Committee of Ukraine said that he would insist on changing the terms of the agreement of the Ukrainian government and the IMF on debt restructuring fifteen, $ 3 billion taking into account the wishes of the Department. According to the information of creditors and their offers promise Ukraine in the future, more investment and allow earlier return to the capital market.
The creditors ' Committee headed by Fund Franklin Templeton unites holders 8, 9 billion dollars of debt. 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.