President Viktor Yanukovych said that, "by the indicators of 2010, Ukraine has 100% fulfilled all the tasks set in bilateral relations" with the International Monetary Fund. The head of state said this in Tokyo Tuesday, during his address to the Ukrainian-Japanese business forum at the Japan business federation Keidanren, the press office of the President of Ukraine reported.

Yanukovych said that Ukraine today is improving investment climate and creating an attractive environment for investors. The national policy of relations with partners is based on the principle of fairness, he said.

"We have ambitious plans that we are determined to carry out," the President said adding that in the medium term, Ukraine seeks to enter the Big Twenty.

Viktor Yanukovych, in particular, reminded that in 2010 economic growth in Ukraine was about 5% and industrial production for 11 months increased by 10.6%. "We forecast GDP growth this year at an even greater

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