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2016-09-29 18:30:00

IMF BOUGHT UKRAINE FOR U.S.

IMF BOUGHT UKRAINE FOR U.S.

 

УКРАИНА США МВФ

 

УКРАИНА США

According to U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker joined Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to announce the conclusion of a $1 billion loan guarantee designed to promote progress on the country's anti-corruption and economic reform agenda. This will be the third U.S. loan guarantee for Ukraine after two $1 billion loan guarantees in May 2014 and May 2015. Issuance of this loan guarantee demonstrates Ukraine's commitment to the implementation of critical economic and anti-corruption reforms and will help Ukraine accelerate and deepen these efforts.

Remarks as Prepared for Delivery

Thank you for the warm introduction, Mr. President. I am honored to be with you today, and it is a pleasure to be back in Kyiv.

I first visited Ukraine in September 2014, at President Obama's request, to discuss how the United States can support Ukraine's transformation into a modern and rules-based European nation with an economy that is led by its private sector. Those discussions helped pave the way for a deepening of our economic cooperation and eventually to the first-ever U.S.-Ukraine Business Forum. This is my third visit to Ukraine since that time. And every time I return, I am reminded of Ukraine's tremendous potential. Since embarking on key economic reforms just two years ago, your country has continued to:

Implement a critical IMF program to secure further U.S. government and international financial institutional assistance;
Create institutions to support the rule of law and begin to battle corruption;
Improve government procurement and provide for transparency in asset declarations of government officials; and
Develop a "Roadmap" of key business climate reforms that must make doing business easier for all firms in Ukraine.
Yet even with this progress, we all know that there is far more to do.

Today, I am joined by a number of senior U.S. executives for meetings with the President, the Prime Minister, and members of the Rada. Our discussions are focused on how the American government and private sector can continue to be your partner on the road to economic reform, as you work to curb corruption, improve tax administration, strengthen intellectual property rights protection, modernize Ukraine's Customs Service, and complete land reform legislation.

As you continue to push forward with difficult reforms – the United States, our allies, and international financial institutions support your efforts to integrate Ukraine into the global economy and put this nation on a path to self-sustaining growth.

As part of this support, I am pleased to announce the conclusion of a $1 billion loan guarantee designed to promote progress on Ukraine's anti-corruption and economic reform agenda. This will be the third U.S. loan guarantee for Ukraine after two $1 billion loan guarantees in May 2014 and May 2015. Issuance of this loan guarantee demonstrates Ukraine's commitment to the implementation of critical economic and anti-corruption reforms and will help Ukraine's accelerate and deepen these efforts.

President Poroshenko, I want to congratulate you, Prime Minister Groysman, and his cabinet on securing additional U.S. financial assistance – and more importantly, fulfilling all third loan guarantee conditions. We consider that it is crucial for Ukraine's leadership to accelerate the reforms necessary to encourage investment, grow jobs, and create new opportunities for the Ukrainian people. This effort must deepen so that the people of Ukraine can realize the prosperity and stability they deserve.

I believe you are up to the challenge, and I will reiterate, the United States stands ready to support you every step of the way – because we know reform is essential to Ukraine's economic success and long-term prosperity. Thank you.

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Earlier:

IMF: 

IMF BOUGHT IRAQ 

IMF BOUGHT AZERBAIJAN 

IMF WANTS WHOLE WORLD 

IMF SELLS MONEY 

IMF WANT LATIN AMERICA

 

U.S.: 

U.S. JOBS: 4.3 MLN 

U.S. OIL & GAS BENEFIT 

U.S. JOBS DOWN 142,000 

U.S. DEFICIT UP TO $44.5 BLN 

U.S. NEED MONEY 

U.S. WANT YOUR MONEY 

US DEBT: THE GREATEST

 

UKRAINE: 

UKRAINE NEED MONEY 

BENEFITS OF UKRAINIAN TIPS 

UKRAINE NEED GAS 

UKRAINE WANTS MONEY 

UKRAINE GAS DEBT: $29.5 BLN

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: USA, UKRAINE, IMF

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