The funds of the second tranche for Ukraine from the international monetary Fund in $ 1, $ 7 billion will go for one or two days, said Deputy Minister of Finance of Ukraine on issues of European integration Artem Shevelev.
"The money will arrive within one to two days ", – Shevelev said on air of the TV channel ICTV, answering the question, when have the opportunity to receive Money on account of Ukraine. He also clarified that the tranche will bring to the country " more stability, and minor fluctuations in the exchange rate will narrow ". He also said that the strengthening of the hryvnia to speak until it is not necessary, RIA " Novosti ".
The Board of Directors of the international monetary Fund (IMF) blessed on the last working day of the week, the Kiev will receive the next tranche of financial assistance in the amount of 1, 7 billion. On the first day of the week the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko expressed hope that the international monetary Fund on the last working day of the week, July 31, will report on the allocation of the country tranche 1, $ 7 billion and Kiev will be able to obtain these Funds for the upcoming week. Remember, on 22 July, 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. On 6 July, 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.