Finance Minister, IMF head discuss pension and land reforms
Ukraine's Minister of Finance Oleksandr Danyliuk and Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde at a meeting in Croatia have discussed pension and land reforms, privatization, fight against corruption and the reform of the State Fiscal Service.
"We've discussed further cooperation within the framework of the IMF program, in particular, pension and land reforms, privatization, fight against corruption and the reform of the State Fiscal Service," Danyliuk said on his Facebook page.
The minister assured the fund head that all disputable issues on the pension reform have already been resolved and it will be approved in the near future. The bill on privatization has also been approved by the government and will soon be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada.
The parties also discussed the launch of the project for a comprehensive reform of the State Fiscal Service with the support of the IMF.
As reported, the meeting was held within the framework of the conference "The renewing of development in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe: the role of public administration and institutions," currently being held in Dubrovnik (Croatia).