International Monetary Fund to continue discussing Ukraine's new assistance program

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission in Ukraine, led by Ron von Roden, stated that the IMF will continue to discuss the new program for Ukraine next week, reports Ukrinform.

"The mission has made notable progress in discussions on reforms that could form the basis of a new IMF-supported program. Such steps include measures in the monetary, fiscal, and financial sectors, as well as reforms aimed at improving the business environment, strengthening the rule of law, and boosting economic growth. The discussions will last for two weeks," reads the IMF's statement.

According to the head of the IMF mission, the team of experts held constructive and fruitful discussions with representatives of the Ukrainian authorities.

"The IMF mission commended the significant progress that has been achieved in the last few months on the path of development of reforms and compliance with balanced economic policy," reads the statement.

Earlier, the information was published that the IMF mission left Ukraine without reaching agreements on the new program.

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