The IMF Refused to Save Ukraine February 9, 2017 News Translated by Ollie Richardson 13:46:47 09/02/2017 Tvzvezda.ru The International Monetary Fund (IMF) doesn’t plan to raise the question in the near future of allocating to Ukraine a fourth credit tranche to the amount of one billion dollars, according to the statement of the Fund. It follows from the materials of the IMF that the working schedule of the Board of Directors up to February 17th doesn’t designate a provision of money. The list of topics for discussion by the Board of Directors includes consultations with the government of Malta and monitoring of the economy of Portugal. The Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groysman declared that pension reform in the country will be undertaken in 2017. At the beginning of February the minister of social policy of Ukraine Andriy Reva said that the IMF proposed to raise the retirement age. The IMF Board of Directors in September, 2016, made a decision on allocating Ukraine a tranche of one billion dollars. Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved.