The Fund will not consider the disbursement of a tranche to Kiev until the end of March.
The international monetary Fund has postponed a meeting on the issue of allocation of the next tranche of Ukraine, which was previously scheduled for March 20, 2017.
This follows from the schedule of meetings of the Board of Directors, published on the IMF website.
In particular, on the agenda for March 20 includes advice on Qatar. The next meeting will be held on March 22 and will focus on the question of Saint Lucia. Further on March 24, the IMF will consult on Nauru, Israel and the Dominican Republic.
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