The International Monetary Fund mission will visit Ukraine on June 27-28 to introduce its new leadership, first deputy chairman of the presidential administration Iryna Akimova told a press briefing on Tuesday.

"At the end of this month, on the 27th-28th, the old leadership of the IMF mission will come to introduce the new leadership," Akimova said.

According to her, a representative of the mission, together with colleagues from the IMF regional office, will follow the traditional program, holding meetings with representatives of the Finance Ministry, Economy Ministry, the National Bank, as well as the Prime Minister and the deputy Prime Minister.

"It will be a planned visit, meeting with the new leadership. The new head of the mission wants to see personally and once again talk with representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers over the matters on which the IMF has been working for six months, to look at possible changes to the agenda and perhaps adjustment of some issues," she said.

Akimova noted that the Ukrainian government has a clear position, which it is ready to discuss with the leadership of the IMF mission.

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