“The IMF, considering ... the dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada and the unformed new government, ceased its mission in Ukraine,” Interfax-Ukraine quotes him.

The IMF mission began work in Ukraine on May 21 as part of the first review visit to review the current program of cooperation with the country. As expected, the mission was to work in the country for two weeks.

In the media on Wednesday, May 22, there were reports of allegedly phasing out the mission. According to some information, the reason was the decision of the Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky to dissolve the Verkhovna Rada.

However, the representative office of the IMF, in turn, said that the experts of the fund continue to work in the country.

Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov commented on the visit of the Foundation’s mission to the ANF.