The international monetary Fund (IMF) has no plans in the near future to raise the issue of granting Ukraine the fourth credit tranche in the amount of one billion dollars, is spoken in the message of the Foundation.
The work plan of the Board of Directors on 17 February did not include the provision of money follows from the IMF. In the list of topics for discussion by the Board of Directors included consultation with the government of Malta, and the monitoring of the economy of Portugal.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman announced that the pension reform in the country will hold in 2017. In early February the Minister of social policy of Ukraine Andriy Reva said that the IMF suggests raising the retirement age.
The IMF Board of Directors in September 2016, has decided to allocate Ukraine tranche of one billion dollars.
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