In the secretariat of the president scarified the anti-recessionary project of changes in the state budget concerning NAK "Neftegaz of Ukraine", approved at government meeting.
Such position was sounded in interview to journalists by the first deputy head of the secretariat of president Alexander Shlapak, reports Лига.net.
Shlapak noted that the government included a number of norms which don't belong to requirements of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the project and are "doubtful in fact".
In particular, concerning the offer to compensate a difference in gas price for теплокоммунэнерго, Shlapak told that budgetary organizations though no compensation is necessary to them there are included.
Also the deputy head of the secretariat of president emphasized that is concerned by that it is offered to compensate additional budgetary expenses due to payment of taxes NAK "Neftegaz of Ukraine" for the last periods.
Also he emphasized that 6,1 billion UAH provided for such compensations, it isn't enough.
"And the last: figures which are offered today, with recently approved financial plan of NAK "Neftegaz of Ukraine" don't coincide... And consequently as the International Monetary Fund raises a question of search of a resource first of all at the gas price for the population and the gas price for теплокоммунэнерго, this decision has no relation to International Monetary Fund requirements", - Shlapak noted.
Also he paid attention that gas price for the population remains at former level, at the same time, the resource of means for increase in gas production is looked for at the enterprises теплокомэнергетики, the industrial enterprises, in budgetary organizations.
The cabinet will suggest parliament to allocate NAK "Neftegaz of Ukraine" more than 6 billion UAH
On Tuesday the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko declared that in a package of anti-recessionary bills the project of changes in the State budget concerning balancing of a financial condition of NAK "Neftegaz of Ukraine" and Agrarian fund will be offered.