Andrew Novak said, talking to reporters, the ГолосUA that if Ukraine till the end of the year will receive 2 tranches from the International monetary Fund, it will allow it is normal to cope with servicing its debt obligations. The economist said that under the current stand-by program, the IMF needs to be paid to Kiev $ 2.5 billion, according to Newsmir.info.
Andrew Novak is convinced that the resumption of cooperation with the International monetary Fund is a guarantee of Ukraine’s fulfillment of its debt obligations. The economist said that Kiev before the end of this year should receive from the Fund a tranche in the total amount of $ 2.5 billion. Obtaining these loans, in turn, allows Ukraine to timely make payments to foreign creditors.