REUTERS International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resident Representative in Ukraine Goesta Ljungman says the IMF sees no significant progress in fight against corruption in Ukraine. Read alsoUkraine may get US$2.6 bln in two disbursements from IMF in 2019 "We have not yet seen any drastic changes in the level of corruption. Although institutions were created that will help fight corruption," he said at Dragon Capital&#39;s 15th annual investment conference in Kyiv on February 12. However, Ljungman praised Ukraine&#39;s economic achievements, as a lot had been done in the country over the past five years to eliminate imbalances in the economy, but the list of necessary reforms remains long. It includes land reform, the sale of state enterprises, cancellation of gas price control, as well as the reform of the country&#39;s tax and customs services.