The default doesn't threaten Ukraine, considers ex-the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, the leader of the association "Front of Changes" Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
"I don't predict any Ukrainian default", - he told during a teleconference "Lviv-Kiev" on Wednesday.
According to A.Yatsenyuk, situation development in the country will depend on several factors.
"In - the first if foreign markets recover, it will have beneficial impact on the Ukrainian economy, we are very dependent on foreign markets. In - the second if the budget minimum provides the state guarantees according to existing state and quasi-public obligations, the question of a default won't stand", - A.Yatsenyuk declared.
He also noted that doesn't support idea of acceptance of deficit-free budget. "Today we can't cope with the Ukrainian economy with deficit-free budget", - told ex-the speaker.
The third factor A.Yatsenyuk called coherence of financial policy of the Ministry of Finance and NBU next year, in view of those problems which at them arose in the current year.
One more factor, in his opinion, is situations with corporate debts. "At us the gross external debt exceeded 100 billion dollars and the main borrowers already have to conduct negotiations with creditors on restructuring of debts. Thus, we will be able to avoid corporate defaults", - emphasized ex-the speaker.
A.Yatsenyuk considers that implementation of these four points will help to slow down rates of falling of the Ukrainian economy next year.