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KIEV, March 23 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s interim acting prime minister Arseny Yatsenyuk has cancelled a trip to The Hague he was going to make Monday. Instead, he plans to round up talks with a mission of the International Monetary Fund currently visiting Ukraine, he said.
“I’m cancelling my trip to The Hague because I must hold talks with the IMF tomorrow so that we could formalize the program (of assistance),” he said.
March 24-25, he was expected to take part in a nuclear security summit in The Hague.
IMF mission rounds up its work in Ukraine March 25.