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The secretariat of the President predicts lack of problems in economy in case the International Monetary Fund the second tranche doesn't allocate to Ukraine stand by credit.
About it journalists were reported by the first deputy head of the Secretariat Alexander Shlapak.
"Non receipt of the second tranche (IMF) won't entail serious problems (for economy). More serious blow will be on image", - he told.
Thus Shlapak emphasized that the IMF has the bases to demand from Ukraine of early repayment of the first tranche provided to the country within the credit stand by program as the Ukrainian party doesn't satisfy all terms of the contract.
He added that the state budget-2009 is adopted not on operating legislative base on the taxation: receipts on more, than 20 billion hryvnias which have no relevant tax sources are planned.
The IMF, according to the Secretariat, shows flexibility of approaches and seeks to hear only from the government information on realness of the budget.
As it was reported, on January 21 mission of the IMF arrived Ukraine for meetings with the authorities.
Mission will work in Ukraine till February 5, the head of mission - Dzheyla Pazarbashioglu.
On November 5 the IMF made the decision about allocation to Ukraine of the credit of stand by for the sum about 16,4 billion dollars for overcoming of problems in economy, on November 10 Ukraine received the first tranche of the credit of 4,5 billion dollars.