IMF postponed the next tranche to Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has postponed to look into a question on the money allocation to Ukraine, UNIAN.
The IMF Council does not have a matter on the financial aid tranche on its agenda until August 31.
Instead, the institution will work out the matters of Jordan, equatorial Guinea and Serbia.
Earlier the ukrainian government hoped the IMF Council would discuss another ukrainian tranche by the end of August.
The Minister of Finance of Ukraine Oleksand Daniliuk had said the co-operation agreement between Ukraine and the IMF was reached yet in July. However, due to the technical holdbacks the discussion on Ukraine was deferred.