Ukraine may receive regular IMF tranches in June and November
IMF has posted a new schedule
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) may give Ukraine the regular tranches under the stand-by arrangement in June and November of the current year, according to the IMF web site.
IMF has posted at its web site a report about the first review under the stand-by arrangement, requests for waivers of nonobservance of performance criteria, and rephasing of purchases under the arrangement.
The new memorandum gives a schedule of stand-by loan tranches to Ukraine. In line with the schedule, this year Ukraine may receive $3.2 billion in June, and $3.8 billion in November (the previous variant stipulated $1.1 billion in August, and $3 billion in November).