Prime Minister of Ukraine Alexey Goncharuk gave Ukrainians the good news
Politeka as reported on his page in Facebook published the information that the International rating Agency S & P raised the long-term ratings of Ukraine from “B” to “B” and it will affect the lives of Ukrainians.
“The credibility of Ukraine in the world is gradually recovering. The international rating Agency S & P raised the long-term ratings of Ukraine from “B” to “B”. This means cheap resources and potentially lower costs of debt service. The country is changing. All will be well. Do not switch 😉, ” wrote the Prime Minister and attached a screenshot of the website of the international rating agencies.
Earlier, Prime Minister Alexey Goncharuk in Facebook reported that the negotiations between Ukraine and the International monetary Fund are ongoing and are now in the “active phase”.
“Yesterday, the IMF mission under the leadership of Ron van Roden concluded his two-week visit to Kiev. It was two weeks saturated, heavy and important consultations. Calm from the panic that broke yesterday in the Ukrainian media, negotiations with international partners in the active phase. We began discussing a new 3-year program supported under the extended financing facility”, he said.
Goncharuk says that the negotiations will continue for the next few weeks. According to their results must be received the recommendation of the Board of Directors of the IMF to open a new cooperation program with Ukraine.
As previously reported, due to “disapproval” of the IMF mission the socio-economic situation in Ukraine, citizens may be faced with a significant increase in the exchange rate – the dollar could be worth more than 30 USD.
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