Ukrainian Finance Minister Yuriy Kolobov will visit the U.S. this month for talks with the
International Monetary Fund, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said.
Kolobov will meet the Washington-based lender’s new mission
chief for Ukraine, Chris Jarvis, to discuss cooperation, Azarov
said today in a statement on the Cabinet’s website.
Ukraine is seeking to resume a $15.6 billion bailout loan
from the IMF, which was frozen last year after the government
failed to raise household utility tariffs to balance the budget.
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