International monetary Fund (IMF) adopted an opinion on the allocation of Ukraine the second tranche of financial assistance in 1, 7 billion dollars, said the country's leader Petro Poroshenko.
on Wednesday, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that the meeting of the Board of Directors of the international monetary Fund (IMF), which will be made the conclusion on the allocation of the tranche, could be held on July 31, reports RIA " Novosti ". Before the press service of the international monetary Fund stated that the Fund and Ukraine have reached agreement on the level of experts on the allocation of Kiev loan in 1, 7 billion. According to the report, the funds will be allocated in the composition of the list of activities to assist the IMF to Ukraine. As noted, it still is expected to approve the management of the Fund ".
As was stated by the Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev, Russia expects that Ukraine will try to fulfill their obligations to sovereign creditors. Recall, on Wednesday the European Commission has listed Ukraine 600 million in the first tranche in the framework of the new programme of macro-financial assistance to Ukraine for a total volume of 1, 8 billion euros. The leader of the public movement "Ukrainian choice" Viktor Medvedchuk said that the efforts of " professional Russian and foreign reformers-integration of the Ukraine brought to the pre-default wealth. 30 June The Economist has described Ukraine as the worst economy in the world. This verdict was made after comparison of countries by GDP growth. According to these data, since April of last year, the Ukrainian economy contracted by 6, 5%. 2nd place went to Libya with a decrease of 6, 4% 3-m – Macau, which GDP dropped by 6%. In fourth place – Equatorial Guinea with a decrease in GDP by 5, 5%. Fifth place was taken by Russia, whose economy in one year decreased by 4%. Ukraine is now in fact remains on the brink of default. From the report of the international monetary Fund that second banks of Ukraine for the risk of loan defaults after Nigeria. The total debt of Ukraine is defined in $ 50 billion, in 2014 it amounted to 71% of GDP, and in 2015, according to forecasts of the national Bank of Ukraine, will reach 93% of GDP. In addition, the world Bank has lowered its forecast of a fall of the Ukrainian economy this year with a 2, 3% to 7, 5%.