"We expect the enemies of Ukraine" default would not take place because Kiev had reached agreement with the creditors, said the head of Ukrainian government Arseniy Yatsenyuk at the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.
"Six months, Finance Minister Jaresko led unequal dialogues, a little who hoped that Ukraine will successfully complete the dialogues. Expected by our enemies, the default will not take place. Ukraine reached an agreement on the restructuring and partial cancellation of debt " - he said, reports news Agency.
The Prime Minister said that the Russian Federation has not acceded to the creditors ' Committee and will not receive, Under any circumstances, better conditions, than other creditors of Kiev." Ukraine agitates the Russian Federation to connect to the creditors, " said Prime. Before Thursday, the head of the Ministry of Finance Natalia Jaresko said that Ukraine agreed with international lenders on the write-off 3, 8 billion from 19, 3 billion dollars of debt. While Kiev has asked the Russian Federation " to accept the rules of writing off other creditors ". However, the Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov said that Moscow will not do it. In July, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that of the 5 billion dollars that Ukraine needs to obtain from the IMF before the end of the year, $ 3 billion – is that Kiev is obliged to return to Russia. In June, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that the Russian Federation is waiting for repayment of the debt by Ukraine within the specified period. However, Jaresko said he believes the Russian debt part of the debt restructuring process. Russia also takes into account the possibility of non-repayment of $ 3 billion invested in Eurobonds Ukraine, but not going to write off losses and will need to make payments through the court. On may 28, the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed a law allowing the government to impose a ban on payments by a low external debt obligations. On may 19, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the law that will give the ability to suspend payments on restructured debt.