A mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that negotiations with the Ukrainian authorities are being conducted constructively, IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Max Alier said at the Ukrainian Investment Forum, entitled "Attracting Investments in Changing Times," in Kyiv on Thursday.

"The discussions are currently going well, and the mission is working," he said, UKRINFORM reported.

Alier noted that mission experts were analyzing the fulfillment by Ukraine of its commitments as part of its cooperation with the IMF, as well as studying issues related to possible further measures to be taken by the country.

The IMF resident representative said that the results of the IMF mission's work would be announced no earlier than next week, and declined to comment on the prospects for the receipt by Ukraine of the second tranche of the Stand-By Arrangement.

The IMF mission will work in Ukraine until November 15. The mission, led by Athanasios Arvanitis, is examining the implementation of the stand-by program approved for Ukraine in July 2010. The program foresees the allocation of USD 15.8 billion to Ukraine loan the next two-and-a-half years.

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