To further put to bed Igor Kolomoisky’s calls for a debt default, IMF and Finance Ministry officials held a joint conference call Wednesday with foreign investors.
Thursday, May 30, 2019

To further put to bed Igor Kolomoisky’s calls for a debt default, IMF and Finance Ministry officials held a joint conference call Wednesday with foreign investors.

To further put to bed Igor Kolomoisky’s calls for a debt default, IMF and Finance Ministry officials held a joint conference call Wednesday with foreign investors. “IMF affirmed its strong support/commitment to Ukraine,” reports one participant, Timothy Ash. “Seems strong commitment from the new president/his team to continue relations with the IMF/reforms.” On the call, IMF officials stressed the need for an effective anti-corruption court, a desire frequently expressed by President Zelenskiy. Referring to a deal breaker issue the IMF – privatization of Kolomoisky’s former bank — Ash writes: “New president seems well aware of the issues related to Privatbank.”

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Although the IMF review mission stayed in Kyiv for half of the expected two weeks, it left Wednesday on a positive note.

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