Ukrainian central banker speaks on dismissal plan

INTERVIEW - Last week, parliament refused to dismiss Ukraine's central bank head, Volodymyr Stelmakh, in spite of a request to do so by President Leonid Kuchma. Parliament is expected to vote on Stelmakh's fate again on 12 December. In an interview Stelmakh said stability of the national currency is a priority and that inflation in the Ukraine must drop to 2 per cent in up to five years to comply with European standards.

First published by Nataliya Yatsenko in the Ukrainian weekly Zerkalo Nedeli

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