The parliament called the timing of the new tranche of the IMF

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The next tranche of the IMF is expected in the first decade of October

The condition for its receipt is the bill on amendments to the National Bank, amendments to the law on NABU and the draft budget for 2022.

The People’s Deputy from the Servant of the People, the head of the financial committee Daniil Getmantsev said that Ukraine will receive the next tranche of the IMF in the first decade of October. He told about this on Thursday, September 9, told reporters on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada, reports Censor.no.

“Because the IMF has certain technical points that need to be fulfilled in order for us to receive a tranche. All that needs to be done from us (this is a bill on amendments to the National Bank, amendments to the law on NABU and the draft budget for 2022) Everything that our partners demand of us and with which we agree must meet the requirements of the people of Ukraine. If not, we do not agree with this and this is not implemented, “Getmantsev said.

He also said that this year it will be easier for parliament to consider the budget for next year.

“Because for the first time in the history of Ukraine, we are making up the budget on the basis of the budget declaration, which was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers, and took into account in July of this year. The budget declaration is a document of medium-term budget planning for three years and the parameters are laid there for the next year. budget regarding inflation, growth of average wages, minimum wages, GDP growth, “he said, adding that the parameters have been determined and the draft budget must meet the budget declaration.

It was previously reported that the level of gold and foreign exchange reserves of Ukraine managed to increase to a record thanks to an IMF tranche of $ 2.7 billion.

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