IMF experts in Kyiv will give recommendations on Anti-Corruption Court to Ukrainian authorities
A group of experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) within the framework of the visit to Kyiv will give recommendations on the Anti-Corruption Court to Ukrainian authorities, Finance Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Danyliuk has said.
"Several experts will arrive together with the mission, who will work and provide recommendations on the law on the creation of the Anti-Corruption Court," he said at a press conference in Dnipro.
At the same time, Danyliuk noted now is the time when this IMF mission is necessary so that Ukraine could move further in cooperation with the fund.
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