The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved a package of anti-crisis measures rejected by the parliament on Tuesday, Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said that yesterday at the press conference, ForUm’s correspondent informs.

"I am confident this package of anti-crisis resolutions, passed by the government today, will help balance Ukraine's financial system and make Ukraine stronger in the face of the financial and economic crisis. Of course, I hope approved package of draft laws will be a ground for continuation of cooperation between Ukraine and the IMF," Yulia Tymoshenko said at the press conference.

Tymoshenko noted that the government would not submit the draft bills of this kind to the parliament. But she added that the adoption of these anti-crisis measures through the parliament would have been much quicker.

IMF Mission Chief in Ukraine Ceyla Pazarbasioglu described the government's decisions as "difficult" and added that they are aimed at optimizing Ukraine's opportunities on solution of the crisis.

As a reminder, on Tuesday the parliament refused to adopt necessary draft laws for continuation of the cooperation with the IMF.


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