The International Monetary Fund mission has left Ukraine without making any decision on a new loan tranche, but it will return when there is new government. The statement of Foundation Permanent Representative Jerome Vacher reads, Censor.NET reports citing lb.ua.
"The International Monetary Fund mission has been working in Kyiv from 11 to 25 of November. The mission held an initial round of technical discussions. The discussions will be resumed after the new government is formed," Vacher said.
It should be reminded that the IMF has loaned Ukraine $ 4.6 billion in two tranches, though two more tranches for the amount of 2.8 billion were planned. The funds may be received in 2015 due to the delay with the new government formation. The IMF promised to provide Ukraine with $ 17 billion loan in total during two years.