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The International Monetary Fund plans a personal mission to start talks with Ukraine with support – Official Spokesperson

The International Monetary Fund plans a personal mission to start talks with Ukraine with support – Official Spokesperson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund could provide about $1.4 billion in emergency aid to Ukraine almost immediately if its Executive Board approves a new “food shock window” discussed informally earlier this week, an International Monetary Fund spokesman said.

IMF officials met with their Ukrainian counterparts in Sarajevo this week and will launch an in-person mission to begin technical discussions, likely in Vienna in the “near future,” with the goal of building toward a potential fully-fledged program, IMF spokesperson Jerry Rice told reporters on Thursday.

(This story corrects paragraph 2 to read โ€œwith a view to building towards a potential full undertaking programโ€ rather than โ€œa potential full programmeโ€).

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