Ukraine supports any possible resumption of cooperation with the IMF, first vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Valeriy Khoroshkovsky said in interview with Bloomberg, the press service of official informs.

"The resumption of cooperation is aim of our work, as it has an impact on the investment climate. We hope that we can agree to extend the current program for 2013," Khoroshkovsky said.

He also stressed that the government has to agree with the IMF on extending current programs and unblocking credit. "For economy it is better to manage without loans, but still have access to credit resources," the first vice PM said.

Responding the question about decline in industrial production in 2012, Khoroshkovsky said: "We personally feel worsening of external economic conditions, including on the part of our European partners. But still there is a plus - we are working on the development of the internal market. We have a clear plan of action. I am sure that before the end of the year we will be able to save a small increase (within 1 percent). We will try to make sure that from an economic point of view, the fourth quarter of 2012 was a good base for 2013. "

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