A mission of the International Monetary Fund will visit our country in February next year. The announcement was made by the head of the IMF experts mission, Ivanna Vladkova-Hollar, during a meeting with Prime Minister Pavel Filip.
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She said the organization supports pension reform and praised the stabilization in the financial sector.
In turn, the head of the Chisinau Executive stressed an agenda of priority reforms till 2018 has been worked out.
The PM said that, after the signing of the agreement with IMF, EU had unlocked the financing for Moldova. Thus, till late 2016, Moldova will receive 45 million euros for budgetary support and on the next period – another 100 million euros as macro-financial support, of which 40 million is provided as grant.