Ukraine implements reforms to improve the business climate and continues fruitful cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, which is important for maintaining a stable macroeconomic environment, first vice Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov said during today's meeting with Mr. Olli Rehn, Vice President of the European Commission, the EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs in Brussels.

"Among the key economic priorities of the financial and economic agenda of the EU-Ukraine is preparation for the implementation of a deep and comprehensive free trade area, continuation of reforms in the financial management of the budget, improvement of legislation in field of public procurement, improving business climate in Ukraine," the first vice Prime Minister stressed.

Arbuzov expressed hope that the EU will support the implementation of reforms both technically and with additional funding. "Allocation of 610 million euros should become a significant contribution to supporting the stability of Ukrainian financial and economic system," Arbuzov noted.

After the meeting, Arbuzov invited Mr. Rehn to visit Ukraine.


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