REUTERS Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Yakiv Smolii says the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine&#39;s Parliament, is expected to pass the law on the anti-corruption court as early as June 2018. "We expect that the law on the anti-corruption court will be adopted in June. Following that, the (IMF) mission is expected to arrive [in Kyiv] and revision of the program [with IMF] will begin," he told journalists on May 31. Read alsoUkraine may borrow funds on foreign market without IMF tranche – NBU governorAccording to the NBU head, it will take time for the IMF Executive Board to meet and take a decision on Ukraine for the next revision of the cooperation program. "As soon as Ukraine fulfills its obligations, the mission will arrive and we will be waiting for the meeting of the [IMF] Executive Board," he added. Smolii says he plans a summer vacation in late July or early August. However, he is ready to reschedule it if there is a need to sign an updated memorandum with the IMF.