IMF Executive Board approves new stand-by program for UkraineThe first tranche worth $1.4 bln is scheduled to be disbursed before Dec 25.
23:50, 18 December 2018
IMF confirms intention to provide another bailout tranche to UkraineLagarde says that during her telephone call with the Ukrainian president, the two sides "reaffirmed the positive and cooperative relationship between Ukraine and the IMF."
10:00, 29 November 2018
Ukraine to continue cooperation with IMF if martial law introduced - Gov't sourceThe IMF has already cooperated with a number of countries where the military conflicts unfolded.
15:00, 26 November 2018
Ukraine "thrown into debt sinkhole": PM GroysmanThe prime minister spoke about the consequences of the country's failure to fulfill IMF requirements.
19:00, 09 September 2018
IMF mission arrives in UkraineThe experts will discuss recent economic developments and policies.
11:00, 06 September 2018
Ukraine's central bank expects to receive about $5 bln from key lenders, Eurobonds placementChurii says all receipts would be credited to Ukraine's international reserves.
11:20, 30 August 2018
Bloomberg: The $15 bln Ukraine could be using to perk up its economyOf a total $29 billion, $15 billion remains untapped.
09:57, 10 May 2018
IMF confident in success of talks with Ukraine on next tranche – NBU<p>The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed confidence in the progress in negotiations on next bailout tranche for Ukraine under the Extended fFund Facility (EFF) in the coming days, the press service of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) reported with reference to a statement by IMF European Department chief Poul Thomsen during a briefing at the annual meeting of the IMF and the World Bank in Washington, DC.</p>
14:10, 17 October 2017
Ukraine committed to IMF, still expects aid tranche this year - finance minister<p>Ukraine is committed to its aid program with the International Monetary Fund and still expects to receive a further tranche of support money this year, Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk told Reuters on Monday.</p>
19:00, 09 October 2017
IMF says Ukraine’s land reform not a "must" for another bailout tranche<p>The land reform, which provides for the launch of the farmland market in Ukraine, is no longer a condition for the country to receive the next tranche from the International Monetary Fund, IMF spokesman William Murray told a Thursday briefing in Washington.</p>
20:30, 20 July 2017
No official confirmation from IMF on exclusion of land reform from Ukraine memo – source<p>Ukraine’s key creditor, the International Monetary Fund, has not officially confirmed its readiness to exclude land reform from the list of structural beacons in its Extended Fund Facility for Ukraine, a source in the Cabinet of Ministers familiar with the course of negotiations has told UNIAN.</p>
17:50, 05 July 2017
IMF postpones financial aid to Ukraine - Bloomberg<p>The fifth tranche of Ukraine’s bailout by the International Monetary Fund, this one totaling $1.9 billion, will be allocated for Ukraine no earlier than autumn 2017, Bloomberg reports citing Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.</p>
22:30, 04 July 2017