The president Victor Yushchenko signed the letter of intentions of the second revision of the program of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund.
The head of the main service of the secretariat of the president reported the Novel Zhukovsky about it on socially - to economic development at a briefing on Thursday, inform "The Ukrainian news".
"All signers of the letter on intentions of the second revision of the program signed this letter with the IMF. The president signed it literally some minutes ago and therefore there are no obstacles in order that Ukraine sent it to Washington", - he told.
According to Zhukovsky, after departure of this letter, the board of directors of the IMF will have all necessary bases for consideration and making decision on allocation to Ukraine the third tranche of the credit of "stand by".
It is known that on July 8 the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko accused Yushchenko of a tightening of negotiations of the Ukrainian party from the IMF on attraction of the third tranche of the credit.
Earlier the Cabinet of Ministers approved the letter of intentions on cooperation with the IMF according to which the Ukrainian party promises to achieve inflation deduction at the level of not higher than 13% following the results of 2009.
The board of directors of the IMF will consider allocation to Ukraine 3 tranches of the credit at the end of July - the beginning of August.