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KIEV, March 27. /ITAR-TASS/. International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to provide Ukraine with $14-18 billion within the common international financial aid program during the two following years. Head of IMF mission Nikolai Georgiev said this at a briefing on Thursday.
He added that the first tranche would be handed in April, but did not disclose its sum. Georgiev noted that the tranche would depend on Ukraine's compliance with the necessary requirements.
March 26, the IMF completed negotiations on providing financial aid to Ukraine.
The IMF mission headed by Nikolai Georgiev was operating in Kiev since March 4 on invitation from Ukraine’s leadership. The mission was prolongued twice: until March 21 and until March 25.