The head of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko said that you will leave your own post, If the Ukrainian Government will back down from economic reforms.
"I came (to the post) to do their job, and If I can't afford to do it, I have no interest in staying," said the head of the Ministry in the interview to the newspaper on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the Board of governors of the world Bank and the IMF in Peru's capital, Lima." If I feel that you do not have support from the President and Prime Minister and their parties in Parliament, then I should reconsider what I'm doing, " she added.
the Minister believes that the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk support program for the restructuring of the economy. Politicians, whose parties form the backbone of the ruling coalition, had previously stated their commitment to such a policy, stresses the magazine. However, the "growing political tensions in Kyiv raises concerns about the possibility of a coalition government to fulfill its promises," writes the print edition.
The four-year Program of financial assistance to Ukraine was approved by the IMF Board on March eleven. The program provides for the allocation of Fund 17, 5 billion dollars, and all international creditors in four years - 40 billion us dollars. Ukraine this year has already received 6, 7 billion dollars of aid in total aid provided in 2015, 10 billion dollars. This year allocated a further 2 trenches 1, 7 billion.
Ukraine in September launched a legal procedure for the restructuring of its public debt. The government of Ukraine was first included in the perimeter of restructuring and Russia bought Eurobonds for $ 3 billion. In Kyiv they are considered commercial, and not public credit. Russia repeatedly stating the position that to participate in this restructuring has no plans and will demand full repayment of Ukraine's Eurobonds in the beginning of winter this year.