The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will continue its dialogue with Ukraine on the new Stand-By Arrangement in the coming weeks, the IMF Resident Representative Office in Kyiv has reported, with reference to Christopher Jarvis, Head of the IMF Mission to Ukraine, which ends its work in Ukraine on April 10, Interfax informs.

"The mission has held fruitful discussions with representatives of the Ukrainian authorities related to those areas of economic policy to which the IMF could provide support under the Stand-By Arrangement. The key elements of the new program should be measures aimed at reducing the fiscal deficit and the current account deficit, and the reform of the banking and energy sectors in order to create conditions for sustainable economic growth and creating new jobs in Ukraine," Jarvis said.

"The mission has made good progress in discussing these issues. The dialog will continue in the coming weeks," he said.



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