The government of Ukraine didn't receive official refusal of the Russian government about granting the credit of $5 billion
On Thursday in interview to journalists I declared the first it vice-the prime ministerOleksandr Turchynov.
"No, we didn't receive any answers, and we now have rather effective work with the International Monetary Fund, we hope to receive the third tranche of the credit", - toldTurchynov, reports Liga.Net.
Answering a question of journalists, whether there was Ukraine negotiations with the Russian Federation on granting the credit,TurchynovI explained that Ukraine now "will be not prevented by any excess financial resource" and therefore Ukraine appealed to a number of the countries about granting the credit.
"In any case, I consider that critical the situation for Ukraine now isn't, and we can quietly dare to work both on internal, and at foreign markets. But in a case when the government or the United States, either the Russian Federation, or Japan will make the decision to provide to Ukraine an additional credit resource, we will be certainly grateful", - emphasized the first vice-the prime minister.
Deputy minister of finance of the Russian FederationDmitry PankinI reported that the decision on issuance of credit to Ukraine isn't made yet.
It reminded that in February Ukraine officially addressed to Russia with a request for extradition of the credit for $5 billion. "Contacts on interaction of the countries in the financial sphere between the Ministries of Finance of the Russian Federation and Ukraine will be continued", - he noted.
The prime minister - the ministerYulia Timoshenkoofficially I addressed to Russia concerning the credit of $5 billion in February, 2009.
Russia declared readiness to give out to Ukraine money only provided that $3 billion will be spent for purchase of the Russian gas. At the beginning of May of the current year Witz - the prime minister - the minister of Ukraine Grigory Nemyrya disproved information on the conditions laid down by Russia on the credit.