The second mission of the International Monetary Fund to Ukraine will start working on 11 November.
“The final agreements will be formulated based on the results of the second mission that will start working on 11 November. We plan that it will last until 17 November. These technical discussions, involving me and the finance minister, will have to work out the general outline of the monitoring programme which will form the basis of the National Bank action plan for the coming years and will lay the basis for the expanded financing programme the Ukrainian team is counting,” Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine Andriy Pyshnyi said.
In addition, Pyshnyi emphasised that the whole range of issues related to the macroeconomic situation and financial stability of Ukraine, currency policy, credit-monetary relations, financial stability, and fiscal consolidation had been already discussed with the IMF.