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KIEV, October 16. /TASS/. Ukraine received $10 bln worth loans this year and expects to receive $4 bln more by the year-end, Ukraine’s minister of finance Natalie Jaresko said on Friday.
"We received nearly $10 bln - $9.7 bln from lenders. $4 bln more are expected by the year-end," Jaresko said.
At the same time, provision of $4 bln remains doubtful at present. The IMF mission completed its work in Kiev on October 2 without reaching an agreement on the next tranche.
IMF Board approved the four-year financial aid program for Ukraine on March 11. The program provides for extension of $17.5 bln to Ukraine.