Ukraine calls on IMF help as NBU focuses on financial stability


Ukraine's new government, approved by the country's parliament today, has immediately written to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) requesting financial assistance – as well as entering into discussions with other creditor countries and multi-lateral institutions to help cover external debts and maintain confidence in the country's financial system.

Acting president Oleksandr Turchynov officially introduced the National Bank of Ukraine's new governor, Stepan Kubiv, to the central bank's staff

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