IMF Discusses Continued Support for Ukraine’s Economy in Kyiv Meetings

IMF Team Set for Kyiv and Warsaw Meetings to Discuss Ukraine’s Economic Challenges and Capacity Building

The IMF team has arrived in Kyiv for meetings with Ukrainian authorities and other partners to discuss ongoing support, as announced by the IMF Resident Representative Vagram Stepanyan. The discussions will focus on the economic policy objectives of the Ukrainian government and the challenges facing the Ukrainian economy.

On February 13th, the IMF team will participate in the inaugural meeting of the Steering Committee of the Ukraine Capacity Building Fund, an initiative supported by the IMF. Participants in this gathering will include representatives from Ukrainian authorities, development partners, and IMF staff, who will discuss priorities for increasing Ukraine’s capacity and how the IMF can support this essential task.

Following these discussions, a mission led by Gavin Gray will begin talks with Ukrainian authorities in Warsaw on February 17th as part of the third review of the IMF-supported Extended Fund Facility. In December 2023, Ukraine received a tranche worth around $900 million from the IMF under this program. The IMF had previously announced that Ukraine would require funding in 2024 to continue its economic reforms and growth trajectory.

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