Yushchenko vows to work out common position with Tymoshenko
As early as on Friday morning
President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko is confident that tomorrow he will work out a common position with the Prime Minister and the Speaker on resuming collaboration with the International Monetary Fund.
He said this at a meeting with G-7 Ambassadors on Thursday.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, on Friday morning he will meet with Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, Verkhovna Rada Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn, and the central bank head. The sides will discuss positions and seek a compromise in order to work out a united consolidated policy concerning the collaboration with IMF.
Victor Yushchenko also disclosed that the preparation of a common letter from the President of Ukraine, the Prime Minister, and the Verkhovna Rada Speaker, to IMF is nearing completion.
“We have worked out a letter of intent to IMF together with the Prime Minister and the Verkhovna Rada Speaker. I think, this document will be completed today-tomorrow”, he said.